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jack-off

rude slang A thoroughly incompetent, foolish, bumbling, or useless person. Sometimes spelled as a single word. I can't believe that jack-off got elected to the Senate! Get off the road before you kill someone, jackoff!
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Works from this period filled the back gallery, with Bernstein's large mixed-media painting UNION JACKOFF, 1967, the centerpiece.
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Thanks a bunch, jackoffs. Sean never saw it as far as I know, but he probably had a feeling.