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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jockeyish
Literary usage of Jockeyish
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Metropolitan (1838)
"and Scotchmen shrewd; and Saxons dull: the first of Portia's suitors priding himself on his jockeyish talents; the second on his reflective; ..."
2. Letters from and to Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe by Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, William Kirkpatrick Riland Bedford (1888)
"He is looking ill, but seems to be as noisy and jockeyish as ever. My beautiful watch which you gave me has never gone right since I left ..."
3. The French Metropolis: Paris; as Seen During the Spare Hours of a Medical by Augustus Kinsley Gardner (1850)
"As a man he is said to be very rough and jockeyish, and as a public character, in which light only have I seen him, he is evidently a person of extremely ..."