jackassy

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

jackass +‎ -y

Adjective[edit]

jackassy (comparative more jackassy, superlative most jackassy)

  1. Of, or characteristic of a jackass, an inappropriately rude or obnoxious person.
    • 2015, Moira Rogers, Impulse: Southern Arcana, Book 5
      They'd spent so much of their trip surrounded by wolves who looked at her and saw other that she'd forgotten that the smallminded bastards in the human world had their own jackassy prejudices.