Definition of Jerqued

1. jerque [v] - See also: jerque



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jerqued

jerkwads
jerkwater
jerkwater town
jerkwater towns
jerkwaters
jerky
jerky nystagmus
jerky respiration
jermoonal
jeroboam
jeroboams
jeromite
jeropiga
jeropigas
jerque
jerqued (current term)
jerquer
jerquers
jerques
jerquing
jerquings
jerran
jerreed
jerreeds
jerrican
jerricans
jerrid
jerrids
jerries
jerry-builder

Literary usage of Jerqued

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1. Calendar of Treasury Papers, 1556-[1728]: Preserved in Public Record Office by Great Britain Public Record Office, Great Britain Treasury, Joseph Redington (1874)
"... at the Custom House without being regularly "jerqued," and had stifled or concealed several land-waiters' books and warrants. ..."

2. Dues and Charges on Shipping in Foreign Ports: A Manual of Reference for the (1907)
"Custom house officers are kept on board until the vessel is jerqued, their pay and food falling upon the vessel. No one is allowed to go on board until this ..."

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