jackass[ jak-as ]SEE DEFINITION OF jackass
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JACKASS
Jackass Hill was not altogether a solitude; here and there were neighbors.
He got back a copy of it through the mail, with the word "Jackass!"
Jackass, there is indeed a witch who makes her home in the cart.
The Jackass, which is the third, obtained its English name from its brayings at night.
Twelve days subsequently I rode a day and a half to Jackass Meadow.
So he left the Boy in his den, and off he went after the Jackass.
He drinks glasses five for the Quarter and twelve for the hour—he is a mahogany-faced old Jackass who knew Burns.
Bottom is to play the big blower in the improvised drama and the Jackass among the fairies.
I acquired some of this learning in Jackass Gulch, California, more than forty years ago.
But, let the impregnable Jackass think—what would become of the noble rhythm and the majestic roll of sound?