jarhead

noun
jar·head | \ˈjär-ˌhed \

Definition of jarhead 

slang

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When jarhead coders wrote their own version of Doom II, putting players in landscapes that resembled the Iraqi desert and other likely theaters of battle, Vaughn played it day and night. Steve Silberman, WIRED, "The United States of America v. Adam Vaughn," 1 Oct. 2002

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First Known Use of jarhead

1943, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of jarhead was in 1943

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jarhead

noun

English Language Learners Definition of jarhead

: a member of the United States Marine Corps

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