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Definition of a jucket



  • of poor quality or white trash quality.
    That broken down Mustang sure is jucket.

    Last edited on Jun 23 2018. Submitted by Darrell from Lakeville, MA, USA on Feb 07 2003.


  • a person who lives well below the poverty line, or who is considered to be white trash.
    The jucket chased us out of his trailer park with a shotgun.

    Last edited on Jun 23 2018. Submitted by Darrell from Lakeville, MA, USA on Feb 07 2003.

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