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juggle

verb as in mislead, falsify; handle several things at once

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Example Sentences

His thankfully negative result took 48 hours to come in, resulting in two days of missed camp and the all too familiar work-parenting juggle.

He hopes to go to Stanford and major in computer science, but for now he has to juggle homework with his online vigilante persona.

Even if you think they're evil enough to juggle the jobs figures, it's probably too late to do the president any good.

Well, a bear can juggle and stand on a ball and he's talented, but he's not famous.

When they did, the guys suddenly had two sets of girls at the house to juggle, and neither pair knew about the other.

He managed to juggle a challenging workload and foster good relations among officials at various agencies.

A frind iv mine wanst got full iv kerosene an' attempted to juggle a polisman.

Through her tears his meagre face showed as a seraph's who spoke the truth and forbade her to juggle with her soul.

He was all in white, his waistcoat had long sleeves, and every minute it seemed as if he must begin to juggle with glasses.

He couldn't even juggle one foot backward and forward without correction.

My thoughts merely revel and juggle with them, picture and legend—they are pastimes of my child-self.

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On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to juggle, such as: alter, shuffle, beguile, betray, bluff, and change.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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