jiggle[ jig-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF jiggle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JIGGLE
Every curve and jiggle and bounce was engraved forever on his mind.
All Barry can seem to do though is to jiggle the spark and look surprised.
But their ears are cold, and they jiggle on one leg against a frosty toe.
He wouldn't have to jiggle any flies off his skin then, if we had him in a boat.
And if you rode on Prince, which is the other horse, he might jiggle you off into a snow bank.
The big man brought himself up short and turned—carefully, so as not to jiggle the baby on his shoulder.
And his head bobbed slowly up and down, for it was fastened so that the least jar or jiggle would move it.
However, before he could get near enough to her to "jiggle" her arm, and make her drop the pan, Dinah came in.
There was no "jiggle" now, as Bunny called it, for the motor was not running like a sewing machine down in the hold of the boat.