1. (US) an act of masturbation.
|in Lexical Evidence 63: Try a jerk-off.|
|DAUL 110/1: Jerk-off, n. The act of masturbation; a chronic masturbator.et al.|
|Blue Movie (1974) 77: I had fantasies, wet dreams, a million jerk-offs, you name it, about that broad for the last twenty years!|
2. (US) a useless, despised person, a lazy incompetent.
|Christ in Concrete 127: He was the half-pint jerk-off, he was godson, he was the titty-drinker.|
|AS XXII:1 Feb. 55: jerk, jerk-off. A goof.‘Pacific War Lang.’ in|
|see sense 1.|
|(con. WWII) Thin Red Line (1963) 58: He’s a jerkoff. A mothergrabbing jerkoff.|
|Mean Streets [film script] I borrow money from you, because you’re the only jerk-off around here who I can borrow money from without payin’ back, right? You know, ’cause [...] that’s what I think of you: a jerk-off.|
|Breaking Out 158: ‘Now you listen to me, you little jerk-off,’ he snarled.|
|On the Yankee Station (1982) 118: What’re you fuckin doing here, jerk-off?‘On the Yankee Station’ in|
|Vinnie Got Blown Away 86: Course you jerk-off, you fucking know who it is.|
|Nature Girl 170: Who was that jerk-off with the Band-Aids on his hand?|
|(con. 1973) Johnny Porno 64: Your name is whatever the fuck I call you, jerkoff.|
|Decent Ride 239: The jerk-off screams and falls to the ground.|
|The Force [ebook] Hey, jerkoff, you took a left, you should have gone right.|
3. (US) a fraud, a pretence.
|Cop Team 161: Wadda ya say we go up and find out if this whole story is a jerk-off.|
|Different Seasons (1995) 468: ‘No jerk-off, daddy-O,’ Chris said.|