Meaning of jockish in English:



informal North American

See jock

‘Your obviously jockish tendencies evidently annoy him.’
  • ‘A recent photograph in Details magazine reveals a jockish, broadly smiling Pace with his arm around costar Shawn Hatosy.’
  • ‘Universal differs from Scubar in that the patrons are slightly more palatable, still jockish, however and with an emphasis on the metro.’
  • ‘They have nothing going for them except jockish good looks.’
  • ‘Said good looks combined with a somewhat jockish personality gained him a seat in the world of the popular at Ascension.’