jocks talk trash in the locker room, they call each other maricon.
In the changing room, I overhear two jocks discussing the crisis.
Cheerleaders fall in love with freaks, jocks aspire to be indie musicians, and relationships are in a constant state of flux.
Traditionally worn by sixth-graders and jocks and those who lounge aggressively, the draw-stringed trouser is defiantly apathetic.
The jocks, bombing their way through from the firing-line, very soon took care of them, though some Huns got away in the dark.
One of the jocks was asked how he had dealt with these dug-outs.
He neveh rode no close finish 'ith Irish jocks an' had his shin barked on 'e fence.
Dere's only two jocks in de race worth a damn—Bill Westley an' de kid on our horse.
Tommies and jocks saluted every subaltern with an automatic gesture of convulsive energy.
But in bitter weather on the Western Front give me a hutful of jocks!
[the basic etymon is jock, ''penis,'' fr jack, probably the diminutive of John, which fr the 14th century has been applied to males, malelike things, and male organs; the sense ''athlete'' is fr jockstrap]