noun, plural (especially collectively) skip·jack, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) skip·jacks for 1; skip·jacks for 2, 3.
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In the big barn doorway the Skipjack and Willie Ramsey appeared.Back o' the Moon
Congratulate the Skipjack, with just a hint that he might have looked higher.Puppets at Large
"And comes for it like the cattle to the scrubbing-stones," said the Skipjack.
"Yet the Skipjack seemed the most improbable one of all," said his mother.
"If I thought it was the Skipjack element," she said, smiling.