jiggle jiggle  /ˈdʒɪ ɡəl/


  1. (n) a slight irregular shaking motion
  2. (v) move to and fro



  1. Excep' the jiggle from the screw.
  2. Few tears will be shed over the demise of the jiggle-and-snigger shows.
  3. A planet with enough gravitational oomph to jiggle a star is probably a gas giant like Jupiter, orbiting so close to the fires of its sun that nothing living would have a chance.


  • Nix to sex got me fired: $5M Scores suit

    A former Scores cocktail waitress is suing the famed jiggle joint for $5 million, charging that her boss had her canned after she complained about his creepy demands for sex. Elizabeth Shiflett — who won a US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruling — said manager Sammy Roman repeatedly hugged her and demanded...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: New York Post


  1. "High temperatures make the atoms jiggle around, and so people thought that raising the heat would deflect the electrons, like putting enough rocks in a stream to block the flow of water," Jeanloz said. "The scattering caused by atoms was...
    on Aug 6, 2008 By: Raymond Jeanloz Source: Science Daily (press release)

  2. "Sanjay sir saw me like a human version of a poodle, out to please the one I love at any cost. I sing dance, juggle, jiggle, waltz, tap-dance, jump puddles, climb up pipes......any and everything for Sonam's character, just like Roberto Benigni in...
    on Nov 11, 2007 By: Ranbir Kapoor Source: KalingaTimes

  3. Laws said: "We haven't got money to throw at the transfer market so I have to rebuild and restructure. Without money to burn, I have to try and jiggle around with what we've got. But make no mistake, we have a very good squad and we don't fear...
    on Feb 8, 2007 By: Brian Laws Source: Lancashire Evening Telegraph

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