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Pronunciation:

[dʒ_ˈa_k], [d͡ʒˈak], [d‍ʒˈak]
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Synonyms for Jack:

jack (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Jack:

  1. smack, rack, mac, black, braque, plaque, sac, flack, slack, pack, tack, yak, snack, clack, quack, shack, whack, yack, hack, wack, stack, flak, pac, sack, knack, mack, crack, track, lack, wrack, unpack, back;
  2. aback, arrack, attack;
  3. dak;

Quotes for Jack:

  1. A handful of older, romantic leading men, like Sean Connery, Jack Nicholson, and Robert Redford are still landing parts. Charles Dance.
  2. I don't understand it. Jack will spend any amount of money to buy votes but he balks at investing a thousand dollars in a beautiful painting. Jackie Kennedy.
  3. Whenever I was upset by something in the papers, Jack always told me to be more tolerant, like a horse flicking away flies in the summer. Jackie Kennedy.

Idioms of Jack:

  1. jack sth up;
  2. every man jack ( of us/ them);
  3. before you can say Jack Robinson;

Adjectives for Jack:

  • ominously soft and sticky,
  • amusing and supremely dangerous,
  • beefy handsome,
  • idiot handsome,
  • general, nasty,
  • amiable nor intelligent,
  • wanton, undisciplined,
  • roundabout, dazzling,
  • innocent and angry,
  • mischievous and idle,
  • unkempt and noisy,
  • once unkempt and noisy,
  • once unkempt,
  • faithful somali,
  • poor somali,
  • foremost, somali,
  • rogue, honest,
  • ominously soft,
  • neal and general,
  • big, cranky,
  • blue, sneaky,
  • sort—animal or human,
  • sort—animal,
  • dead calico,
  • skinny, funny,
  • guileless and trusting,
  • fragrant, long-stemmed,
  • cooler, fresher,
  • pleasing red,
  • easygoing, affable,
  • inevitable old,
  • solemn, old,
  • thin poor,
  • long poor,
  • top criminal,
  • sweet, faithful,
  • old troublesome,
  • logical, scientific,
  • strange and wicked,
  • young corporal,
  • honest, outspoken,
  • padded past,
  • mere civilian,
  • poor wet,
  • same inexhaustible,
  • angry crimson,
  • hungry, poor,
  • clear and plain,
  • dutiful little,
  • poor hapless,
  • short, dear,
  • horrible new,
  • poor shipwrecked,
  • poor, young,
  • honest, good,
  • loving and affectionate,
  • poor pale,
  • old rival,
  • more observant,
  • great cathedral,
  • little cheap,
  • dirty, ragged,
  • much, dear,
  • ridiculous old,
  • big, handsome,
  • long quiet,
  • sensitive little,
  • own honest,
  • lusty young,
  • more anxious,
  • less active,
  • wiry little,
  • dear, sweet,
  • big bad,
  • old blind,
  • neal,
  • easygoing,
  • rear admiral,
  • happy little,
  • roundabout,
  • great old,
  • guileless,
  • unkempt,
  • cooler,
  • sweet little,
  • rogue,
  • wanton,
  • skinny,
  • sticky,
  • mischievous,
  • foremost,
  • amusing,
  • logical,
  • fragrant,
  • amiable,
  • loving,
  • hungry,
  • solemn,
  • innocent,
  • dirty,
  • clear,
  • sweet,
  • blue,
  • strange,
  • much,
  • general,
  • preferred poor,
  • profane and saucy,
  • carefully honest and fair,
  • carefully honest,
  • proud dapper,
  • unpleasant and cruel,
  • however unpleasant and cruel,
  • loquacious cheap,
  • ecclesiastical cheap,
  • woefully pale and weak,
  • placid, courteous,
  • more but small,
  • light-hearted, unreasoning,
  • quiet crazy,
  • false nor frivolous,
  • mortal but french,
  • dummy and french,
  • welcome frosty,
  • dead and so poor,
  • noisy cheap,
  • thin hearty,
  • inimitable, incomparable,
  • virulent cheap,
  • six-thirty and young,
  • smart or dumb,
  • wireless signal,
  • major welcome,
  • inexpert, tiresome,
  • young cheap,
  • woefully pale,
  • horrid, noisy,
  • rather grave and quiet,
  • dear, extravagant,
  • fiery, original,
  • present interested,
  • honest, open-minded,
  • young, heedless,
  • old headstrong,
  • loose, sure,
  • poor, sure,
  • unfortunate cheap,
  • arrival, young,
  • round-faced, chubby,
  • valiant and unconquerable,
  • more, naughty,
  • rival little,
  • doughty british,
  • own doughty,
  • reckless, adventurous,
  • perfectly grave and serious,
  • poor bad,
  • honest drunken,
  • loyal, little,
  • regal old,
  • however unpleasant,
  • brave, sturdy,
  • quiet, big,
  • serene and splendid,
  • german female,
  • honest, warm-hearted,
  • simple, unsuspecting,
  • famous and eccentric,
  • splendid, brave,
  • present constant,
  • wrong little,
  • thankful little,
  • perfectly grave,
  • honest, simple-minded,
  • dear, splendid,
  • safe, little,
  • warm-hearted old,
  • alive, dear,
  • long young,
  • dear, nice,
  • jaunty young,
  • sturdy, honest,
  • little nimble,
  • poor daft,
  • coaxing little,
  • sure little,
  • good pal,
  • modest, quiet,
  • tall and straight,
  • calm and confident,
  • present, dear,
  • sure young,
  • young and wealthy,
  • much truer,
  • same handsome,
  • handsome and gallant,
  • serious old,
  • more, old,
  • rather grave,
  • good, little,
  • cool, deliberate,
  • afraid, dear,
  • dear, faithful,
  • sorry, dear,
  • shaggy old,
  • six-thirty,
  • desperate little,
  • personal and public,
  • poor, old,
  • happy, dear,
  • poor ole,
  • afraid poor,
  • large spanish,
  • little active,
  • good, sensible,
  • ungrateful little,
  • dearest old,
  • crooked old,
  • poor, wretched,
  • poor wee,
  • more absurd,
  • long and deep,
  • slim little,
  • dearest, dearest,
  • drunken old,
  • poor foolish,
  • good plain,
  • good few,
  • pert little,
  • poor miserable,
  • poor unfortunate,
  • quiet old,
  • inexpert,
  • good, honest,
  • own true,
  • more cautious,
  • moral and political,
  • poor, dear,
  • round-faced,
  • single large,
  • nice old,
  • more certain,
  • brave young,
  • stupid old,
  • cunning little,
  • brave old,
  • brave little,
  • fat old,
  • wise old,
  • more familiar,
  • more interesting,
  • dummy,
  • arrival,
  • light-hearted,
  • inimitable,
  • alive,
  • profane,
  • serene,
  • placid,
  • good many,
  • valiant,
  • dearest,
  • reckless,
  • sorry,
  • unpleasant,
  • loyal,
  • mortal,
  • horrid,
  • sturdy,
  • calm,
  • fiery,
  • smart,
  • modest,
  • weak,
  • loose,
  • false,
  • moral,
  • serious,
  • happy,
  • handsome,
  • brave,
  • splendid,
  • personal,
  • fair,
  • dead,
  • big,
  • famous,
  • present,
  • simple,
  • long,
  • original admirable,
  • honest avowal,
  • previous, old,
  • real fair-weather,
  • mum, good,
  • ole stingy,
  • sad, handsome,
  • deal, young,
  • poor drunk,
  • biggest and oldest,
  • cool, rational,
  • frightening poor,
  • hard, handsome,
  • easy-going old,
  • good cheap,
  • brief interval,
  • poor ragged,
  • strong, sturdy,
  • staid and sober,
  • late unfortunate,
  • good or ill,
  • more volatile,
  • old reliable,
  • mum,
  • staid,
  • much more,
  • deal,
  • biggest,
  • sad,
  • previous,
  • hard,
  • political cheap,
  • rich rude,
  • sure, shrewd,
  • rebellious, faulty,
  • afraid cheap,
  • short, shrewd,
  • saucy old,
  • poor cheap,
  • safe, dear,
  • less absurd,
  • strong, clever,
  • good, poor,
  • fierce green,
  • afraid, little,
  • old honest,
  • little ole,
  • little british,
  • good-night, dear,
  • nearer and nearer,
  • glorious old,
  • good natured,
  • bad old,
  • sturdy little,
  • good-night,
  • grim old,
  • own dear,
  • great big,
  • own little,
  • rebellious,
  • nearer,
  • young,
  • sure,
  • quiet,
  • poor, stupid,
  • dear, beautiful,
  • loyal old,
  • tall, gaunt,
  • dear little,
  • cool,
  • short,
  • bold, thoughtless,
  • old pal,
  • many strange,
  • afraid,
  • safe,
  • bold,
  • more,
  • little, black-eyed,
  • more miniature,
  • own wee,
  • tall,
  • strong,
  • little,
  • always urbane and polite,
  • always urbane,
  • gentle, wise,
  • polite,
  • honest,
  • gentle,
  • averse, dear,
  • averse,
  • poor dear,
  • good,
  • poor,
  • old cheap,
  • dear, dear,
  • same old,
  • dear,
  • poor little,
  • good old,
  • dear old,
  • poor old.
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