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Definition of jucket

jucket

  • n. A person who lives well below the poverty line, or who is considered to be white trash. 2) adj. Anything of poor, or white trash quality. ex. "That broken down Mustang sure is jucket."
    The jucket chased us out of his trailer park with a shotgun.

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

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