Definition of Jackroll

1. to rob a drunken or sleeping person [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jackroll

jackman
jackmen
jackoff
jackoffs
jackplane
jackplanes
jackpot
jackpots
jackpudding
jackpuddings
jackrabbit
jackrabbit start
jackrabbited
jackrabbiting
jackrabbits
jackroll (current term)
jackrolled
jackrolling
jackrolls
jacks
jacks-of-all-trades
jacks of all trades
jacks of clubs
jacks of spades
jacks off
jacks up
jacksaw
jacksaws
jackscrew
jackscrews

Literary usage of Jackroll

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1. Violence Against Women in South Africa: The State Response to Domestic by Binaifer Nowrojee, Bronwen Manby (1995)
"... and jackroll has become a commonly used verb in township vocabulary. Steve Mokwena, "The Era of the ..."

2. Report of the Commmittee Upon Mechanical Coal-cutting (1905)
"A small jackroll, fixed to one end of the trolley with a short length of chain attached, is of great assistance in getting the machine on to the trolley; ..."

3. Transactions by North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers (1885)
"Prior to that time the only machines used were the common "jackroll" and the "horse gin." These machines were in fact used fur several years after the above ..."

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