- A person or thing that brings bad luck.More example sentences
- Are you suffering from depression, substance abuse, obesity, stress, impotence, domestic problems or even a jinx?
- I pity any adult who still actually believes in jinxes and curses or any such stuff.
- The Indian cricket team once again failed to break the jinx yesterday which left thousands of fans disappointed.
verb[with object] (usually be jinxed) Back to top
- Bring bad luck to; cast an evil spell on: the play is jinxedMore example sentences
- The more superstitious among us would have sworn our hockey luck was jinxed.
- There were moments where we felt like we were jinxing the whole thing, pushing our luck, but we decided to test fate and stock up anyhow.
- The chains had been cursed, jinxed by the many hands that had been bound.
early 20th century (originally US): probably a variant of jynx 'wryneck' (because the bird was used in witchcraft).