[ UK /dʒˈɜːki/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒɝki/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒɝki/ ]
- meat (especially beef) cut in strips and dried in the sun
having or revealing stupidity
some fool idea about rewriting authors' books
a dopey answer
a dopey kid
ridiculous anserine behavior
marked by abrupt transitions
lacking a steady rhythm
an arrhythmic heartbeat
How To Use jerky In A Sentence
- But, whatever harm Macscruby thinks our flag might do to his beef jerky, McDonald's had no misgivings on its effect on the Big Mac.
- Her dreamy, cinematic songs were bewitching, her jerky dance moves beguiling. Times, Sunday Times
- If you go to their site, they seem to be interested not so much in flying stuff to the moon but in selling beef jerky.
- The $5,000 also has gone toward buying things like beef jerky, anti-fungal foot cream and DVDs.
- Reef managers mediate between the values of developers and the values of conservationists in an ongoing herky-jerky process in which it seems to both sides that they are taking three steps forward and two steps back.
- The puppets are slightly skew whiff, their movements endearingly jerky, but this only serves to add to the quirky appeal of the film. Times, Sunday Times
- The rest of the movie is a lot like that: moody and unpredictable, using lots of close-ups and jerky documentary-style zooms and fast cuts.
- Jerky recipe sounds great. someone just gave me some deer peperoni and they must have flubbed somewhere because it was so salty, even after cooking some with cabbage, I threw the rest away. what a waste of good meat. gotta have jerky for the kids, young and old Deer Candy: Phil Bourjaily's Favorite Venison Jerky Recipe
- Part of the reason why this series works so well is that it is based in character and craft, not the instant joke or the jerky punchline.
- Led by the nose I become inquisitive and jerky in movement. Fools Rush In - A Call to Christian Clowning