nounNorth American informal
A member of a Junior Chamber of Commerce, a civic organization for business and community leaders.
More example sentences
- The organisers, the Jaycees and Interact Club members and the students, played a major role in making the event a successful one, said Bro.
- If the pastor tried to get his people to think of themselves not as Jaycees or trade unionists, not as Republicans or Democrats, but primarily as parishioners, the chances were they'd resist him, and Father Urban didn't really blame them.
1940s: representing the initials of Junior Chamber.
Definition of Jaycee in:
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