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synonyms for jacky

  • mariner
  • beachcomber
  • gob
  • mate
  • merman
  • middy
  • midshipman
  • navigator
  • old salt
  • pilot
  • sailor
  • seafarer
  • skipper
  • tar
  • cockswain
  • sea dog
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How to use jacky in a sentence

Jacky came instantly down, showed his ivories, and admitted his friend's existence on the word of the dog.
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Meantime Jacky had killed his opossum and was now following their trail at an easy trot.
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George and Jacky pulled Jem out of the water with the spear sticking in him; the water was discolored with his blood.
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Good-hearted George did as related, and moreover promised to give Jacky a hiding if ever he caught him again.
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Now if the truth must be told, Jacky had come back to the camp with Jem, and would have marched before this into George's tent.
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Jacky had rather mortified George by deserting him upon the first discovery of gold.
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Jacky was thrust forward, but was interrupted by McLaughlan as soon as he opened his mouth.
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Jacky's answer made Mary scream with affright, and startled even Jem's iron nerves for a moment.
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If they are alive, Jacky will find them a good deal soon—if they are dead, still Jacky will find them.
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Many is the time I have sat on that green mound where Jacky is sitting now, and eaten my bread and cheese.
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WORDS RELATED TO JACKY

  • beachcomber
  • cockswain
  • gob
  • jacky
  • mariner
  • mate
  • merman
  • middy
  • midshipman
  • navigator
  • old salt
  • pilot
  • sailor
  • sea dog
  • seafarer
  • skipper
  • tar
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.