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synonyms for jigging

  • fidget
  • shimmy
  • twitch
  • wiggle
  • agitate
  • bob
  • jerk
  • jig
  • jigger
  • jog
  • joggle
  • shake
  • shimmer
  • vellicate
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antonyms for jigging

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  • calm
  • soothe
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How to use jigging in a sentence

But although a new fiddler was in his element and most of the young people in the district jigging, Conal was not.
THE PIONEERSKATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD
The square dances were exceedingly vigorous, all jigging on the corners and always taking fancy steps.
OLD RAIL FENCE CORNERSVARIOUS
No prettier sight could be than a young girl, with arms circled above her head, jigging on the corners.
OLD RAIL FENCE CORNERSVARIOUS
In one minute the whole company—including the priest, some said—was jigging it lustily.
MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF OUR OWN LAND, COMPLETECHARLES M. SKINNER
Never had Walter seen such lively, agile jigging as some of the lithe, muscular, swarthy skinned half-breeds were capable of.
SOUTH FROM HUDSON BAYE. C. [ETHEL CLAIRE] BRILL
He seized me around the waist and began jigging with me all over the floor.
THE CAMP FIRE GIRLS ON THE OPEN ROADHILDEGARD G. FREY
The Italian with the harmonica struck up a fresh, jigging air.
UNDER HANDICAPJACKSON GREGORY
I was at it, too, and got brogues, broth and slippers of bread and came jigging home on my head.
STORIES TO READ OR TELL FROM FAIRY TALES AND FOLKLORELAURE CLAIRE FOUCHER
And when the man lifted the Bum-clock and put it in his pocket, everybody stopped jigging and dancing and everyone laughed loud.
STORIES TO READ OR TELL FROM FAIRY TALES AND FOLKLORELAURE CLAIRE FOUCHER
"Better put your hat between your knees," he suggested, noting the way Mr. Gammon's thin knees were jigging.
THE SKIPPER AND THE SKIPPEDHOLMAN DAY
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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