jerkin jerkin


  • (n) a tight sleeveless and collarless jacket (often made of leather) worn by men in former times


  1. His opponent is fast on the draw, but not fast enough: on the stairway appears a girl in fringed jerkin and boots, firing from the hip.
  2. Brown is Fine Arts, from the leather jerkin or apron of a guild artisan.
  3. A pantywaist is a kind of button-bestrewn under-jerkin worn by tots of both sexes.


  • Kellen Winslow Jr. allegedly gets lost looking for Boston Market, masturbates

    2. Winslow told police who arrived to find him slouched in his car in a Target parking lot that he got lost looking for Boston Market. 3. Police were only on the scene because a woman called 911 after allegedly seeing him jerkin' it. You know, visiting his personal Boston Market.
    on January 17, 2014     Source:


  • "I didn't appreciate the gravity of the offence," Professor Fernandez-Armesto said. "And I didn't recognise him as a policeman. He was wearing ...... a bomber jacket, like a jerkin."
    on Jan 11, 2007 By: Felipe Fernandez-Armesto Source: The Australian

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