- v. Simple past tense and past participle of jock.
“His trainer, Edmondo Botti, is a former rider who was jocked off in favour of Mick Kinane when Electrocutionist, also trained in Italy, won this race five years ago.”
“(I jocked that it should be called the 'ABC', his reply was, (no kidding), "I wish!")”
“Meanwhile, Lees and a handful of other squad members got "jocked up": SWAT-speak for readying their gear.”
“The Beastie Boys may have jocked thier way onto Def Jam and into the American pop consciousness via Run DMC but at least they were just being themselves, some beer drinking horny adolescent white boys.”
“UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I was all jocked up in a wet suit and everything, ready to go in, stabilize them, get blood pressure, get I.V. lines in and what not.”
“UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I was all jocked up, and making sure everything was ready to go in, stabilize them, get blood pressure, get IV monitor and whatnot.”
“Batted about from one tory main$tream media mouthpiece to another, ridiculed for weeping in public at her loss, nationally shocked jocked on talk radio as a “bitch in the ditch” and vilified by every outfoxed low wage conservative in their yellow ribbon festooned SUV; her tiny act of resistance caused a loyalists second – thought.”
“Scotchman, he "jocked wi 'deeficulty," and the outcome of so much labour was dear to him.”
“Decorated veterans of multiple deployments-they had among them a Silver Star, two Purple Hearts, and multiple Bronze Stars-the SEALs were fully "jocked up," prepped to parachute into a hostage rescue.”
“I didn't get jocked off," he said recalling how entirely logically, on ratings, he chose the Ed McMahon-trained Noble Storm over Hoof It in a five furlong handicap at Doncaster last October.”
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