- 1820, The Sketch Book, The Edinburgh Monthly Review, page 330,
- The same architect has recently been working on the repairs of the cupola of the Exchange, and the steeple of the Bow Church; and, fearful to relate, the dragon and the grasshopper actually lie, cheek by jole, in the yard of his workshop.
- 1842, A. H. Pinney, testimony, Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Ohio, Volume 41, page 117,
- I was informed, by the guard in the prison who superintended the inspection of the pork, that there were 28 or 31 barrels of joles that were in bad order; that they were not fit for use.
(third-person singular simple present joles, present participle joling, simple past and past participle joled)
- Obsolete spelling of jowl.