Jects vs Jests - What's the difference?

jects | jests |

As nouns the difference between jects and jests

is that jects is a multi-story low-income housing development while jests is .

As a verb jests is





(en-plural noun)
  • A multi-story low-income housing development.
  • * 1991 , Alex Kotlowitz, There Are No Children Here: The Story of Two Boys Growing Up in The Other America , Anchor Books (1992), ISBN 0385265565, page 264:
  • A few days later, Pharoah, now eleven, told a friend: "I worry about dying, dying at a young age, while you're little. I'll be thinking about I want to get of the jects .
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  • * 2011 , Garrett S. King, Something to Live For , Xlibris (2011), ISBN 9781456880934, page 116:
  • Olander grew up around the “jects ,” but wasn't born there; he actually lived about two blocks away in a three-story house with his mother and younger siblings.


    * projects English clippings




  • Verb

  • (jest)