Definition of Jocks

1. Noun. (plural of Jock) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of jock) ¹

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Definition of Jocks

1. jock [n] - See also: jock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jocks

jockeyish
jockeyism
jockeys
jockeys for position
jockeyship
jockeyships
jocking
jockish
jocklike
jockney
jockneys
jocko
jockocracies
jockocracy
jockos
jocks (current term)
jockstraps
jocky
joco
joco-serious
jocolatte
jocose
jocosely
jocoseness
jocosenesses
jocoserious
jocosities
jocosity
jocote

Literary usage of Jocks

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1. Notes of a Camp Follower on the Western Front by Ernest William Hornung (1919)
"And it brings me to the jocks themselves, who deserve a place apart from YMCA orderlies and the ... THE jocks First a word about this generic term of "Jock. ..."

2. Sporting Sketches at Home and Abroad by A. G. Bagot (1879)
"GENTLEMEN jocks. THERE are few things about which an Englishman is so touchy as his knowledge of a horse, or his powers of riding one. ..."

3. Road Scrapings: Coaches and Coaching by Martin E. Haworth (1882)
"... race-meeting— Gentleman " jocks "—A moral exemplified. LL matters connected with the management and treatment of horses are better understood in Austria ..."

4. History of Polled Aberdeen Or Angus Cattle: Giving an Account of the Origin by James Macdonald, James Sinclair (1882)
"... Jock 1 and Grey-breasted Jock 2—Account of the Keillor jocks—The Keillor cows Favourite and Beauty—Supplementary information respecting the pedigrees of ..."

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