noun, plural ja·ca·les [huh-kah-leys, -leyz, hah-] /həˈkɑ leɪs, -leɪz, hɑ-/, ja·cals.
Origin of jacal
Examples from the Web for jacal
The capataz cast a look of rage at the Tigercat, and left the jacal grumbling.Stoneheart|Gustave Aimard
Excepting the twins, Antonio and Antonia, no one that night slept in the jacal.
Violanta, without giving Don Cornelio time to reply, raised the curtain that closed the entrance of the jacal.The Indian Chief|Gustave Aimard
When order was restored, therefore, he went up to him and begged him to enter the jacal.The White Scalper|Gustave Aimard
"Sit down," said Ranse, removing his hat and taking the one chair in the jacal.Heart of the West|O. Henry