joggle : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a fastener that is inserted into holes in two adjacent pieces and holds them together
- n a slight irregular shaking motion
- v move to and fro
- v fasten or join with a joggle
- 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.
- A drop of three degrees moved the strips sufficiently to joggle the wheels, light a set of Christmas tree lamps mounted on a board inside the farmhouse, warn Franklin to be up .
- The picture makes an elephantine gesture at salacity, butsince no one was around the studio to joggle the camerathe model, professionally attired, remained just outside the .
- Nick Mason in Seattle Times
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...