jig[ jig ]SEE DEFINITION OF jig
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JIG
She pushed Rgina gently aside, and the child went on with her jig.
Then he succinctly completed his diagnosis: "His jig is up!"
"If he's telling the truth, the jig's about up," said Dr. Bird when the Russian had left.
Why, big Peter will dance a jig on the kitchen table for joy.
There'll be a snatch or so of fiddlin' that he'll like, to cheer him up, and a jig and a song or so.
She began to cripple and jig most painfully for one of her size and dignity.
"When I got your invitation I danced a jig of delight," went on Songbird.
It shook the saddle like a hopper; and the stirrup danced a jig.
From what he hears, or knows, he gathers, that the jig is up.
He was whistling cheerfully, not "Rule, Britannia," but a harmless Irish jig.