Definition of Jockneys

1. jockney [n] - See also: jockney



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jockneys

jockey straps
jockeyed
jockeyed for position
jockeying
jockeying for position
jockeyish
jockeyism
jockeys
jockeys for position
jockeyship
jockeyships
jocking
jockish
jocklike
jockney
jockneys (current term)
jocko
jockocracies
jockocracy
jockos
jocks
jockstraps
jocky
joco
joco-serious
jocolatte
jocose
jocosely
jocoseness

Literary usage of Jockneys

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1. Beaten paths from Boulogne to Babelmandeb by Edward Robert Sullivan (1855)
"... and other beautiful and wondrous spots are hackneyed and crowded, therefore they are uot worth visiting, is absurd; as if any amount of vulgar jockneys ..."

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