from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See jacky.


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  • But when I went over the side of the New York I felt like kneeling down on her deck and begging every jackey to kick me.

    Ranson's Folly

  • Suppose Bess were to address you thus: 'Well you parish bull prig, are you for lushing jackey, or pattering in the hum box?'

    Pelham — Volume 08

  • I learned that putting the top on the jackey layer avoids that weird thing where a one-pixel line appears between top and bottom no matter what you did to the actual texture while making it.

    Fashion World of SL

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