jerkier jerkier


  1. (n) meat (especially beef) cut in strips and dried in the sun
  2. (adj) lacking a steady rhythm
  3. (adj) marked by abrupt transitions
  4. (adj) having or revealing stupidity


  1. It doesn't affect the basic point of the charts, but it does explain why the 1930s numbers are so much herkier and jerkier than the modern ones.
  2. It is appropriate too that Cage, 22, seems younger, jerkier than his girlfriend, because, being a guy, he is.


  • "I'm torquing my body a lot harder than I would be," Ramsey said. "I'm not throwing it as smoothly as I would be if I were able to push and transfer that momentum. ...... I'm throwing a little jerkier than I was, just because I have to."
    on Dec 4, 2003 By: Patrick Ramsey Source:

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