What is another word for jack-tar?
[ d͡ʒˈaktˈɑː], [ dʒˈaktˈɑː], [ dʒ_ˈa_k_t_ˈɑː]
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Synonyms for Jack-tar:
n.• Jack-tar (noun)
- water dog,
- deck hand,
- old salts,
- able-bodied sailor,
- sea person.
Other synonyms:• Other relevant words (noun):
How to use "Jack-tar" in context?
Jack-tar is a man-sized, ferocious animal with a long, sticky tongue and a sharp, serrated claws. It is a marsupial, meaning it possesses a pouch in its abdominal region that can hold its young.
The jack-tar is found throughout Australia and is considered to be a dangerous animal. It is capable of leaping considerable distances and has a powerful bite. It feeds primarily on animals such as rabbits, kangaroos, and camels. It has also been known to attack humans, although this is extremely rare.
The jack-tar is classified as a vulnerable species and is at risk of becoming extinct.
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