Mojo: Word of the Day

Mojo, n.

An object, as an amulet or charm, that is believed to carry a magic spell.

He wore the fetish, his special mojo, hidden under his shirt on a solid silver chain.

Alternate usage:

“How’s the java?”

“Good.  It’s really very good.”

“You want some mojo?”

How will you use mojo in a sentence today?

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3 responses to “Mojo: Word of the Day

  1. My mojo went to sleep about four hours ago …

  2. The Jamaican girl had been in detention for prostitution for several weeks but believed that everything would be alright because she had, tied around her neck, the mojo that her spiritual adviser had sold her for only $400.00.

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