jockey[ jok-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF jockey
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JOCKEY
He wants the mare stopped, an' don't want no muddlin' about with the jockey, see?
Allis gave Jockey Redpath the benefit of her knowledge of Lauzanne's peculiarities.
Jockey Redpath had been riding Lucretia in her gallops since she had come to Gravesend.
"But, boss——" There was a note of strong protest in the jockey's voice.
Jockey Grogan laughed and flung an insult over his shoulder.
I reckon from what he said 'bout Walsh that he's in with the jockey syndicate.
Old Man Curry began to chuckle, and the jockey eyed him curiously.
It was even said that he had procured a jockey to throw a stake race.
He leaned over and patted her shoulder, easing her of his weight like a jockey.
At the three-quarter post he was so far ahead that the jockey must have been lonely.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR JOCKEY
- bear down
- bend over backward
- break one's neck
- do one's best
- do one's utmost
- go after
- go all out
- go for broke
- go for the jugular
- go the limit
- knock oneself out
- leave no stone unturned
- make every effort
- shoot for
- take on
- try hard