joggle[ jog-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF joggle
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His only reply was to joggle her arm when she reached for the cake.
Jerry would not have missed one joggle or sway of that ride for worlds.
They make me want to joggle their elbows and force them to spill their wine.
Joggle, jog′l, n. a notch in joints adapted in fitting stones or pieces of timber together to keep them from sliding.
Because sometimes I feel that I'd like to give you a good shaking, just to joggle you out of your shell for a few minutes.
She only meant to joggle her, and the slate fell out of her hand; but I don't believe she meant to do it.
To joggle is to shake slightly; as, a passing touch joggles the desk on which one is writing.
The oracle was understood to joggle his chin and goggle his eyes.
If there is any part of the anatomy that is unmoved by this wiggle and joggle it must be in the domain of the "subliminal self."
The Swedish movement which undertakes to joggle you all over is not in it for efficiency with such a ride.
1510s, apparently a frequentative of jog, though attested earlier than it. Related: Joggled; joggling. Carpentry sense is from 1703, of unknown origin. As a noun from 1727.