Definition of Jerkies

1. Noun. (plural of jerky) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Jerkies

1. jerky [n] - See also: jerky

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jerkies

jerk water
jerkdom
jerked
jerked meat
jerked off
jerker
jerkers
jerkess
jerkesses
jerkface
jerkfaces
jerkhood
jerkier
jerkies (current term)
jerkiest
jerkily
jerkin
jerkiness
jerkinesses
jerking
jerking off
jerkingly
jerkings
jerkinhead
jerkinheads
jerkins
jerkish
jerklike

Literary usage of Jerkies

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1881)
"These vehicles are called "jerkies" in the West, which name conveys a good idea of the comfort they afford, and the relief experienced when yon alight. ..."

2. Prairie Experiences in Handling Cattle and Sheep by William Shepherd (1884)
"My wish was to go through into Washington territory, which necessitated methods of travel changing between concord coaches, open sleighs, and jerkies, ..."

3. Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon by Oregon Supreme Court (1886)
"Permissive use of a way by certain portion* of the community constitutes a license and not a dedication — Id. 8. jerkies P\si OF HIGHWAY--BIGHTS OF ..."

4. Lewis and Clark Road Trips: Exploring the Trail Across America by Kira Gale (2006)
"Items of trade included dried salmon from the Columbia River, dried buffalo and other meat jerkies from the east, dried roots and berries, skin clothing, ..."

5. Classified Digest of the Records of the Society for the Propagation of the by Charles Frederick Pascoe (1893)
"... East and West jerkies " ; and iu 1702 surrendered to Queen Anne, when the name of New Jersey (after Lord Carteret, ex-Governor of the Isle of Jersey l ..."

6. Records of the Life of the Rev. John Murray by John Murray, Linus Smith Everett (1831)
"I passed the spring, and the 'early part of the summer of 1774, in Pennsylvania, the jerkies, and New-York with persons, who had drank into the .same spirit ..."

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