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1. another way to say that someone is rather stlylish.
2. styling.
3. behaviour or attitude.
"I like the cut of your Jib, kid"
#cut #of #jib #your #kid
by babino April 17, 2006
An old sailor's term for one's intangible qualities. Often judged on first impression.
I've taken a fancy to the cut of your jib and I'd like you to accompany me on the voyage.

#character #individuality #style #presence #impression
by Adam Grether February 29, 2008
The jib is a head sail used for sailing down wind and some say that it is sailor slang for the face. Hence, to like the cut of your jib is a complement as to the shape of your face.
Spying an attractive young lady across the bar, Rusty approached her and said, "I like the cut of your jib". He was duly rewarded with a pint of ale in the face.
#jib #jibb #cut of his jib #cut of her jib #gib
by optimalforager April 29, 2008
1. another way to say that someone is rather stlylish.
2. styling.
note:can also be used with "his" or "her" in place or "your"
"I like the cut of your jib, do you shop at Banana Republic"
#cut of his jib #cut of her jib #cut of the jib #cut of the jibb #stylish #styling #fashionable
by Steve Saylor October 25, 2005
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