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Jiggle   /dʒˈɪgəl/   Listen
Jiggle

verb
1.
Move to and fro.  Synonyms: joggle, wiggle.






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"Jiggle" Quotes from Famous Books



... to ache. Her head felt absurdly like one of those noddling manikins in the Hong-Kong curio-shops. Jiggle-joggle, jiggle-joggle...! For each pause she was grateful. Whenever Ah Cum (whose normal stride was sufficient to keep him at the side of her chair) pointed out something of interest, she had to strain the cords in her neck to focus her glance upon the object. ...
— The Ragged Edge • Harold MacGrath

... help you," he said. "Of course it isn't necessary that you should know anything about typewriting. But I can give you a few hints," he said. "This thing, when you jiggle it up and down, makes the thingummy-bob run along. Every time you hit one of these letters—— I'll show you.... Now, suppose I am writing 'Dear Sir,' I start with a 'D.' Now, where's that jolly old 'D'?" He scowled at the keyboard, shook his head, and shrugged his shoulders. "I thought ...
— Bones in London • Edgar Wallace



Words linked to "Jiggle" :   shake, agitate, shaking, waggle, wag



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