Jot - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a slight but appreciable amount (syn: hint, mite, pinch, soupcon, speck, tinge, touch)
...it's obvious that he doesn't have a jot of interest in history...
He paused to jot a few notes on a slip of paper.
I must jot down that telephone number before I forget it.
Followers of the president jostled for position in front of the TV cameras.
A thousand thoughts were jostling around inside my mind.
present participle: jotting
past tense: jotted
past participle: jotted