jinx (Meaning)

Wordnet

jinx (n)

a person believed to bring bad luck to those around him

an evil spell

Wordnet

jinx (v)

cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something

foredoom to failure

Webster

jinx (n.)

A person, object, influence, or supernatural being which is supposed to bring bad luck or to cause things to go wrong.

Synonyms & Antonyms of jinx

jinx Sentence Examples

  1. The kids played a game of jinx, trying to make each other laugh or say a certain word.
  2. The cat jinxed the baseball game by running across the field during the crucial play.
  3. My friend jinxed the test by saying he was sure he would fail.
  4. I jinxed myself by saying I would never get a promotion.
  5. The team's winning streak was jinxed by a black cat crossing their path.
  6. The actor jinxed his performance by breaking a mirror before the show.
  7. The company jinxed its new product launch by having a technical glitch during the presentation.
  8. The politician jinxed his election chances by making a controversial statement.
  9. The scientist jinxed his experiment by spilling a chemical on the equipment.
  10. The couple's wedding day was jinxed by a thunderstorm.

FAQs About the word jinx

a person believed to bring bad luck to those around him, an evil spell, cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something, foredoom to f

curse, spell, hex, Indian sign, omen,hoodoo, pox, whammy, voodoo, Jonah

talisman, fetish,charm, fetish, talisman, amulet, charm, amulet,fetich, fetich

The kids played a game of jinx, trying to make each other laugh or say a certain word.

The cat jinxed the baseball game by running across the field during the crucial play.

My friend jinxed the test by saying he was sure he would fail.

I jinxed myself by saying I would never get a promotion.