joggle joggle


  1. (n) a fastener that is inserted into holes in two adjacent pieces and holds them together
  2. (n) a slight irregular shaking motion
  3. (v) move to and fro
  4. (v) fasten or join with a joggle



  1. The company tends to substitute energy for excitement; it gives drama the steady, dependable joggle of a railroad trip, instead of scaling peaks or plumbing abysses.
  2. Actually, the bankers aimed only to joggle Loew's management by placing more real movie pros on the board; in this case their choice was Briskin.
  3. Theis's desire to sell wheat to Brazil, a fat Argentine wheat market, was calculated to joggle Argentina one step nearer to cooperation with the international group.



  • "I wasn't deep into the drug culture of the time, and that probably helped somewhat," Mason said. "But the other thing is that I had kept some bits and pieces to help my memory joggle along, including some press cuttings. Most of them are...
    on May 2, 2005 By: Nick Mason Source: Seattle Times

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