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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjammyjam‧my /ˈdʒæmi/ adjective British English  1 LUCKY[only before noun] informal lucky – used especially when someone has got something good without having to use any special effort or skill The jammy devil won £1,000.2 covered in jam, or like jam
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jammyTypical cherry, jammy aroma and flavour of the Gamay grape.That jammy bugger Steve has got out of the washing up again.Cabernet Sauvignon: A massive jammy concentration of fruit.
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