noun, plural ja·ca·les [huh-kah-leys, -leyz, hah-] /həˈkɑ leɪs, -leɪz, hɑ-/, ja·cals.
Origin of jacal
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Historical Examples of jacal
And with clouded brows, sullen, dispirited, they return to the jacal.
Their example is electric, and in ten seconds the jacal is empty.
A few minutes later Don Louis and Valentine entered the jacal.The Indian Chief
They re-entered the jacal, where the men were awaiting them.
General Ibaez, who was the first to reach the jacal, dismounted and opened the door.