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
Using tongs, shake the small dishes gently to check if the whites are set; the yolks will jiggle slightly.
Raf Simons Was a Feast Models walked on an elevated runway covered in wine bottles, cheese, grapes, chocolate, Belgian waffles, and even Jello-O, which jiggled to the beat of the show’s European rave soundtrack.
But here's the crazy thing: My stomach wasn't even really jiggling.
Bake flan until just set in the center but still a little wobbly when gently jiggled and barely pale golden on top, 50–55 minutes.
If there's no hit on the drop, the tactic is to shake or jiggle the lure, basically just lightly twitching the rod tip, which causes the lure to wiggle and squirm but may move it only a few inches at a time.
If your toilet won’t shut off, try jiggling the handle.
In the early days of the internet, jiggling, brightly coloured animations were common.
On Saturdays expect more labor-intensive dishes like oxtails, their flesh, fat, and collagen almost jiggling off the bone, and bacalao, mildly salty reconstituted dried codfish with potatoes and olives in tomato sauce.
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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
JIGGLE Defined for Kids
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