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1joggle

verb jog·gle \ˈjä-gəl\
jog·gledjog·gling \-g(ə-)liŋ\

Definition of JOGGLE

transitive verb
:  to shake slightly
intransitive verb
:  to move shakily or jerkily
jog·gler \-g(ə-)lər\ noun
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Origin of JOGGLE

frequentative of 1jog
First Known Use: 1513

Rhymes with JOGGLE

2joggle

noun

Definition of JOGGLE

:  2jog 2a

First Known Use of JOGGLE

circa 1727

Rhymes with JOGGLE

3joggle

noun

Definition of JOGGLE

1
:  a notch or tooth in a joining surface (as of a piece of building material) to prevent slipping
2
:  a dowel for joining two adjacent blocks of masonry

Origin of JOGGLE

diminutive of 3jog
First Known Use: 1793

4joggle

verb
jog·gledjog·gling \ˈjä-g(ə-)liŋ\

Definition of JOGGLE

transitive verb
:  to join by means of a joggle so as to prevent sliding apart

First Known Use of JOGGLE

1820
JOGGLE Defined for Kids

joggle

verb jog·gle \ˈjä-gəl\
jog·gledjog·gling

Definition of JOGGLE for Kids

:  to shake or cause to shake slightly

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