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      • jiggle (Noun) a weak, shaking movement. Give the key a jiggle and see if it opens. jiggle (Verb) To shake something gently; to rattle or wiggle. Jiggle the handle and see if the water stops. jiggle (Verb) To shake, rattle, or wiggle. The jelly jiggled in the bowl for a few moments after it was set down.
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  2. Definition of jiggle. transitive verb. : to cause to move with quick little jerks or oscillating motions. intransitive verb. : to move from or as if from being jiggled. Other Words from jiggle Synonyms Example Sentences Learn More About jiggle.

  3. intransitive verb. 1 Move about lightly and quickly from side to side or up and down. ‘So the overall effect from some distance away was of a green thread that moved steadily, but jiggled and shook like a sensuous conga line.’. ‘The first layer is ready when it is golden brown, or when it does not jiggle / move when you take it out of the oven.’. ‘The fat that jiggles when you move, on the hips, thighs and tummy, isn't the problem.’.

  4. 0. To shake something gently; to rattle or wiggle. Jiggle the handle and see if the water stops. verb. 0. 0. (intransitive) To shake, rattle, or wiggle. The jelly jiggled in the bowl for a few moments after it was set down. verb.

  5. 1 to make a series of small irregular or violent movements. the gelatin salad continued to jiggle after she set it on the table. Synonyms for jiggle. agitate, bucket, convulse, jerk, joggle, jolt,

  6. jiggle in American English. (ˈdʒɪgəl ) verb transitive, verb intransitive Word forms: ˈjiggled or ˈjiggling. 1. to move in a succession of quick, slight jerks; rock lightly. noun. 2. a jiggling movement. Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition.

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