noun, plural jack·a·roos, verb (used without object), jack·a·rooed, jack·a·roo·ing.
- jack-up rig,
- jackass bark,
- jackass brig,
- jackass gunter,
- jackass penguin
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
Harry spent time in Australia in 2003 during his gap year, working as a “jackaroo” at a Queensland cattle station.
An' we gets a letter from the jackaroo's friends that puts us to a lot more bother.
Old Peter and a jackaroo were out on the run watching a bush-fire across Sandy Creek.
One evening the jackaroo was down by the homestead-gate when Mary came cantering home on her tall chestnut.