[ noun ] (writing) a daily written record of (usually personal) experiences and observations
Used in print(James Boylan, "Mutinity"...)
For hundreds of years , the evidence available consisted_of ( 1 ) the captain 's fragmentary journal , ( 2 ) a highly prejudiced account by one of the survivors , ( 3 ) a note found in a dead man 's desk on_board , and ( 4 ) several second-hand reports .
The mate , Robert_Juet , who had kept the journal on the half_Moon , was experienced - but he was a bitter old_man , ready to complain or desert at any opportunity .
[ noun ] (writing) a periodical dedicated to a particular subject
"he reads the medical journals"
Used in print(Jay Williams, The Forger....)
He also drew precise crisp spots , which he sold to various literary and artistic journals , The New_Yorker , for_instance , or Esquire .
[ noun ] the part of the axle contained by a bearing