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jerry–rigged

adjective jer·ry–rigged \ˈjer-ē-ˌrigd\

: made in a quick or careless way : not built or designed well

Full Definition of JERRY-RIGGED

:  organized or constructed in a crude or improvised manner <a jerry–rigged plan>

Origin of JERRY-RIGGED

probably blend of jerry-built and jury-rigged
First Known Use: 1959

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