Examples of jiggle in a Sentence
Try to avoid jiggling the camera.
His belly jiggled like a bowlful of jelly.
Recent Examples of jiggle from the Web
There were middle-aged men with jiggling potbellies and barrel chested rugby-player types with labored, heavy strides.
Two tones is more serious, perhaps a fire alarm ringing somewhere, probably triggered by nothing more than a stray wisp of cigarette smoke or a burp of electrical current jiggling a circuit.
Bake until pudding is very firm and no longer jiggles, about 45 minutes.
Suchard also bends spoons with magic (and his hands) and even manipulates the spoon by jiggling it between his fingers.
Remove screw underneath, then jiggle the handle to remove.
The bassinet doubles as an always-on soothing device, equipped with tiny microphones to cycle through five levels of louder sound and faster jiggling that correspond with the intensity of baby’s cries.
There are secluded runs through the spooky oak and pine woods of Wellfleet at night, the runners’ miner lamps jiggling up and down, drifting into the darkness.
Critics accused him of doing nothing on stage but fiddling with the volume on prerecorded playlists, otherwise just jiggling and smiling.
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JIGGLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jiggle for English Language Learners
: to move or cause (something) to move with quick, short movements up and down or side to side
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