- s (British informal expletive) surprised
Well I'm jiggered!
- In his strong belief that "the Amazonian takeover" of the ballet has resulted in an appalling denigration of the male, Nureyev scissored Tchaikovsky's music, jiggered dances, and .
- But they got worried when their results disagreed with Gallup's, so they jiggered them for publication in the Denver Post to show a Dewey victory.
- In Beethoven's Diabelli Variations, an awesome challenge to pianists twice his age, he impetuously jiggered tempos and juggled rhythms without catching the full depth and breadth .