I'll be jiggered if the Zeppelin isn't going to have it out with them!
Discipline be jiggered—that might do mischief—if you drove it too hard.
Then he came slowly up, and ‘jiggered’ savagely at the line.
Mr. Russell read on, and such exclamations as "Well, I'm jiggered!"
"I—well I'll be jiggered—" he added, feeling through his pockets.
The constable poked his head in and said, Well, Ill be jiggered!
You may be jiggered as much as you like—but must you go to London?
So he was not "jiggered" (whatever that may be), as he refused to enter the room again.
"Well, I'm jiggered," Mr. Garratt answered, after a moment's hesitation.
But yest'day I'm jiggered if I didn't see him mendin' his pasture fence.