Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who hunts game with a jack.
- n. archaic One who hunts at night using a jacklight - see Wikipedia article.
- Probably from jack, a male servant of any rank, later associated with a boy servant or any boy, and later still associated with knave (a rogue, thief, or deceitful man). (Wiktionary)
“Hey guys, any idea who the white car-jacker is at the start?”
“To the name jacker – ditto – but with the recommendation that you find a site devoted to mental health and therapy for sociopathic behavior.”
“= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = I think MisMis is the name jacker Kurt.”
“The typical profile for a call jacker is if they don't use a stolen unit for twenty-four hours that means they've switched numbers. ”
“The typical profile for a call jacker is if they don’t use a stolen unit for twenty-four hours that means they’ve switched numbers.”
“Distantly, from down the bubbling stream which led from the lake, there sounded the snarl of giant saws and the hum of machinery, where, in two great mills, the logs traveled into a manufactured state through a smooth-working process that led from "jacker" to "kicker", thence to the platforms and the shotgun carriages; into the mad rush of the bank saws, while the rumbling rolls caught the offal to cart it away; then surging on, to the edgers and trimmers and kilns.”
“When ever you get your ass whipped on TP you claim that everyone but you is either a VDT or a name-jacker.”
“Does the name-jacker troll think every comment is directed at him?”
“You should try putting on a waiter jacker for a few shifts.”
“TP, can we do something about the name-jacker here?”
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