Back in 2000, the Securities and Exchange Commission first proposed beefing up and de-jargoning the disclosure forms that financial advisers provide to new and prospective clients, where they describe their services, fees, business practices and conflicts of interest.
Yonder, in that clump of alders by the brook, is the delicious jargoning of the first flock of yellow-birds; there are the little gentlemen in black and yellow, and the little ladies in olive-brown; "sweet, sweet, sweet" is the only word they say, and often they will so lower their ceaseless warble, that, though almost within reach, the little minstrels seem far away.
The beautiful blush rose, opening fresh and rosy on a dewy June morning, echoes gleefully the birds '' secret jargoning. '
Shoals of low-jargoning men drift inward to the soundÂ—
In Mrs. Austen's drawing-room, with â€œSidney Smith guffawing,â€ and â€œother people prating, jargoning, to me through these thin cobwebs Death and Eternity sate glaring.â€