jockish


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jockish

(ˈdʒɒkɪʃ)
adj
typical of the behaviour of sportsmen; macho
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Elsewhere in pop culture, Breaking Bad's Walter White became badass when he hitched his chemistry geekery to Jesse Pinkman's jockish street-smarts; Soccer Saturday features sharpsuited ex-pros reciting pass completion data fed to them by an ingenious technophile far away from the cameras.
Afternoons in Florida while my favorite jocular jockish cousin suffered summer school, I climbed the tall hot fence of the elementary school behind his house to practice layups and dream of dunks.
His more jockish brother, Zach (Dartanian Sloan), may or may not be able to see them as well, though Mom is predictably clueless.
For all his rhetorical bluster, Newman comes across as a likable guy, an earnest, slightly jockish Southern Californian who looks like he might drink wheatgrass.
Luckily there was no stocky, cocky, balding, scalding, mawkish, jockish, pompous pontificator with a silly moustache in the premises.