jocky

jock(e)y

n. an addictive drug. (Drugs. Because such a drug rides one like a jockey rides a horse.) That jockey rode her for years.

jocky

verb
See jockey
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Jocky Wilson was a global star in arguably the heyday of darts in the 1980s and 1990s.
DRINKING pint glasses full of vodka, chain smoking and obsessed with junk food - darts legend Jocky Wilson was the unlikeliest of sportsmen.
Brought up in an orphanage, Jocky Wilson worked as a miner, and was on the dole before becoming a two-time world champion darts player (1982 and 1989).
Now he's heading to Tyneside where he once regularly battled another legend in Jocky Wilson and proudly represented England on international duty many times.
FAMILY and stars of the darts world gathered for the funeral of former world champion Jocky Wilson.
DARTS legend Jocky Wilson is carried to his final resting place as stars from the world of sport look on.
FORMER world champion Jocky Wilson has been hailed as the "braveheart" of the sport following his death.
FORMER world darts champion Jocky Wilson has been hailed as the "braveheart" of the sport following his death.
London, Jan 15 ( ANI ): Sven-Goran Eriksson's former girlfriend Nancy Dell'Olio has put a fresh start to the new year, as she is back on the singles market after splitting from toyboy boyfriend James 'Jocky' Petrie.
DEFENDER Gary MacKenzie was so desperate to say goodbye to sacked Dundee manager Jocky Scott that he signed himself out of hospital.
FORMER Dundee and Aberdeen boss Jocky Scott has blasted Scottish clubs for snubbing his services.
And if you're thinking of a new pundit, Jocky Hansen was Week 20's form man.
JOCKY WILSON, the former miner from Kircaldy, created sporting history when he defeated Englishman John Lowe five sets to three, to become the first ever Scot to win the Embassy World Title.
My big heroes, apart from Kenny Dalglish and Ray Kennedy, were always the blokes at the back, and Jocky and Joey were the biggest heroes of the lot.