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8.
a bully who has no respect for other people and who is very mean
saddam hussein (or, if you are a liberal, George Bush)
by jack December 07, 2003
 
1.
Among the rarest of a hunter's trophies is the timid jackelope. The nocturnal, antlered, longeared mammal has keen senses of both hearing and smell and is said to be attracted to alcohol.
To lure a fine, 4-point Jackelope to within shooting distance, one must use a blend of bourbon, beer and baloney.
by Ron Jackson May 13, 2003
 
2.
A hybrid species, a mix between a jackrabbit and an antilope. Its like a normal rabbit except it has horns like an antilope...
Look, a horned rabbit...
No you moron, thats a jackalope...
by Morpoggel January 02, 2005
 
3.
A cute busboy at a local restaurant (Jack Astor's). Originated from mis-reading the back of his shirt.
Does that shirt say "I'm a Jackalope"?
No, it says "I'm Jackalicious", but I could go for that Jackalope!!
by jackalope_hunter January 27, 2010
 
4.
a rare animal whose mounted head costs $50 in colorado
sucker:man i feel ripped off for this $50 jackalope head!

friend: yeah you dumb ass! those antlers are glued on
by Shtoink September 27, 2006
 
5.
An attractive, unexperienced female skier or snowboarder on the bunny hill. Its in reference to the mythological Jackalope (a bunny with a nice rack)
I scoped a wounded jackalope on the way up the lift. She has a rented board and she's been sitting on her nice ass for twenty minutes.
by Tinny Mctaptap January 28, 2009
 
6.
Someone who is acting without common sense, a dumb person.
What a jackalope! He's hitting on Matt's girl right in front of Matt. And Matt is huge!
by VAKI5 May 08, 2005
 
7.
Adolescent who is always jumping about and behaving with no rhyme or reason. Mouth is moving, but brain is not engaged.
Sometimes exhibits uncontrollable or restless hand and foot syndrome.
The teacher was trying to maintain a disciplined and learning class atmosphere. It became necessary to move all the jackalopes to the front row, where she could keep a careful eye on them.
by Windsor A. Atherton III December 13, 2003