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There’s also the evolution of fronts such as the tite front, and the mint front, and the 2-4-5 which is nickel defensive backs behind a jiggered front that just has two true interior defensive linemen.
IN MODERN DEFENSIVE FRONTS, THE NAMES HAVE BEEN CHANGEDRICHARD JOHNSONNOVEMBER 23, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Then he came slowly up, and ‘jiggered’ savagely at the line.
ANGLING SKETCHESANDREW LANG
The music man—his name was Neil Cornish—threw up his chin in a boyish fashion, and said he'd be jiggered if he knew.
MISS LULU BETTZONA GALE
There's a torpedo craft of sorts away to the nor'-east, and I'm jiggered if I don't think she's chasing us.
A TRAITOR'S WOOINGHEADON HILL
Ill be jiggered if I can see how there could be any connection between those scamps and that wild man with the hairy hide.
THE OUTDOOR CHUMS ON THE LAKEQUINCY ALLEN
The constable poked his head in and said, Well, Ill be jiggered!
ROY BLAKELEY'S MOTOR CARAVANPERCY KEESE FITZHUGH
You may be jiggered as much as you like—but must you go to London?
A YOUNG MAN'S YEARANTHONY HOPE
So he was not "jiggered" (whatever that may be), as he refused to enter the room again.
THERE IS NO DEATHFLORENCE MARRYATT
"Well, I'm jiggered," Mr. Garratt answered, after a moment's hesitation.
MARGARET VINCENTSOPHIA LUCY CLIFFORD
But yest'day I'm jiggered if I didn't see him mendin' his pasture fence.
JANICE DAYHELEN BEECHER LONG