noun, plural jock·eys.
verb (used with object), jock·eyed, jock·ey·ing.
verb (used without object), jock·eyed, jock·ey·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM jockeyjock·ey·like, jock·ey·ish, adjectivejock·ey·ship, noun
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How to use jockey in a sentence
Oh, Amazon also operates its own connected TV platform, Fire TV, that jockeys with Roku as well as smart TV makers like Samsung and Vizio and that enables the company to sell ads across the various ad-supported apps distributed on the platform.Media Briefing: Media companies’ DE&I efforts are still falling short|Tim Peterson|May 27, 2021|Digiday
Odds, analysis and post positions for the 2021 Preakness StakesRombauer is a speedy closer with an experienced jockey in Flavien Prat, who has hit the board more than half the time this year on horses with similar running styles.How to build the best trifectas and superfectas for the 2021 Preakness Stakes|Neil Greenberg|May 14, 2021|Washington Post
And my father is a jockey so when I saw his picture I knew it was a grandstand at a racetrack.
My mother died when I was three months old in a car accident, and my dad being a jockey, he gave me to his parents to raise.
In the Jockey ad, half of Jim Palmer's princely, brooding face is fully lighted, the other half is masked in shadow.
His one stipulation before okaying a poster of his Jockey ad, for example, was that all proceeds go to cystic fibrosis.
Palmer turned out to be so dependable in his public appearances that Jockey was shocked.
He never threw away an inch, and his way of stealing foot by foot was worthy of any jockey.The Chequers|James Runciman
It was not a pad saddle such as jockey's ride, nor yet a civilian outfit without horn and only one web.David Lannarck, Midget|George S. Harney
Still we raced on, neck and neck, she riding with hands low and weight slightly forward, workmanlike as a jockey.The Way of a Man|Emerson Hough
He drew out his flute and began to play "Jockey to the Fair" in the style of a man who had never known moment's sorrow.Far from the Madding Crowd|Thomas Hardy
He gave himself a boyhood as a jockey and also enlisted fictionally in the Spanish American war.The Boy Grew Older|Heywood Broun
British Dictionary definitions for jockey
- (tr) to ride (a horse) in a race
- (intr) to ride as a jockey