jockey

Part of speech: noun

A cheat.

Part of speech: verb

To play the jockey with; be tricky; cheat.

Part of speech: noun

One employed to ride horses, as at races.

Part of speech: noun

A horse - dealer.

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Usage examples "jockey":

  1. A horse had broken away with its jockey only half in the saddle. - "The Vultures", Henry Seton Merriman.
  2. He had the impertinence of a successful jockey. - "The Rustle of Silk", Cosmo Hamilton.
  3. I do fancy Jockey Club for special times, an' I've got a reasonable hope of salvation, too. - "The Thing from the Lake", Eleanor M. Ingram.