noun, plural jack·e·roos.
verb (used without object), jack·e·rooed, jack·e·roo·ing.
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The Sydney jackeroo rose impulsively, but Jack glanced at him, and he sat down again.Over the Sliprails|Henry Lawson
He was a groom with a place at his master's table; he was a jackeroo who introduced station life into a town.Stingaree|E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
Jackeroo, the unpoetical, was even then sound asleep in his net; and in ten minutes everything was "fixed up."
A Briton of the Billingsgate type would have appealed to Jackeroo as a man of sound common sense.
The jackeroo had appeared on the scene from his own room, to which his sensitive soul ever banished him betimes.The Shadow of a Man|E. W. Hornung