noun, plural jack·a·roos, verb (used without object), jack·a·rooed, jack·a·roo·ing.
noun, plural jack·e·roos.
verb (used without object), jack·e·rooed, jack·e·roo·ing.
Origin of jackeroo
Examples from the Web for jackaroo
Contemporary Examples of jackaroo
Harry spent time in Australia in 2003 during his gap year, working as a “jackaroo” at a Queensland cattle station.Harry To Travel To Australia Next Month
September 24, 2013
Historical Examples of jackaroo
An' we gets a letter from the jackaroo's friends that puts us to a lot more bother.Children of the Bush
The Jackaroo is neither a crow nor a parrot nor any kind of quadruped.
A Jackaroo is a young man who comes to a station to get experience.The Old Bush Songs
A. B. Paterson
Jackaroo might be old, but he was still as good a two-miler as any in England.Boy Woodburn
He buck-jumped rather specially well, as might be expected of a Jackaroo.