- adj. informal Like a jerk (obnoxious person).
- jerk + -ish (Wiktionary)
“His whole article was horrible, uncalled for and just plain jerkish.”
“This is gonna sound kind of jerkish, but its true: Given that you think prison guards are “armed,” you really have no understanding of these issues.”
“SpongeBob's plea for a moratorium on 'jerkish' behavior on Christmas is as timely a message as there is this holiday season.”
“I don't know why those that staunchly support him are being so knee-jerkish about anyone that believes he didn't deserve it yet.”
“Sounds perfectly reasonable – a successful teaching strategy, and not jerkish in the least!”
“Which brings us back to that jerkish assumption that women are bad at tech.”
“Spider-Man, on the other hand, has done a jerkish thing in the recent past.”
“No matter his jerkish exploits and zealous political messages off-screen, he's still an acting tour de force.”
“I remain of the opinion that if a caucausian performer had done this to an african-american performer, the dialogue and response would certainly not have included comments about his ass-holery or misogyny or jerkish behavior, and simply skipped right to racism.”
“Certainly there was no shortage of absurd irony to be found in watching the Subgun regulars complain about jerkish behavior by outside invaders.”
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