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Definitions of jade:

part of speech: verb transitive

To tire: to harass.

part of speech: noun

A tough hard mineral, of a dark leek- green colour, smooth surface, and somewhat soapy feel, worked into many elegant ornaments in India; called also nephrite from its supposed medicinal properties in kidney diseases; also axe- stone, from a variety of it being fashioned into axe- heads by the natives of New Zealand.

part of speech: noun

A dark- green stone used for ornamental purposes.

part of speech: verb

To tire or fatigue; to become tired; to weary with hard service, attention, or study.

part of speech: noun

A tired or worn- out horse; a vicious woman; a young woman; ised contemptuously or humorously; an opaque semiprecious stone of dark green color.

part of speech: noun

A tired or worn- out horse; a worthless nag; a mean or sorry woman; a young woman, generally in slight contempt.

part of speech: verb transitive

To tire by long continued labor.

part of speech: noun

A tired horse: a worthless nag: a woman- in contempt or irony.

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