: to cause to move with quick little jerks or oscillating motions
Examples of JIGGLE
- Try to avoid jiggling the camera.
- His belly jiggled like a bowlful of jelly.
Origin of JIGGLE
frequentative of 2jig
First Known Use: 1836
Related to JIGGLE
- agitate, bucket, convulse, jerk, shake, joggle, jolt, jounce, judder [chiefly British], quake, quiver, shudder, vibrate, wobble (also wabble)
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