jiggle

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Synonyms for jiggle

Synonyms for jiggle

to cause to move to and fro with short, jerky movements

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Synonyms for jiggle

a slight irregular shaking motion

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move to and fro

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The vendor explained that the breasts were activated by solar energy to jiggle whenever the bra was taken off, and that he has been selling at least five dolls everyday.
Stange reports that most years, jiggles account for half the walleyes he catches.
Bake in preheated 325-degree oven 1 1/2 hours or until edges seem set but middle of cake still jiggles.
If the ball rolls or jiggles, or if two balls spiral around each other, the sheet quivers with waves that rush outward.
When done, custard appears set but jiggles when gently shaken; it firms up a bit upon cooling.
Bake at 325 degrees about 15 minutes, until filling barely jiggles when pan is gently shaken.
Excited by a wave in the tunnel, air jiggles back and forth inside these side structures at certain characteristic, or resonant, frequencies.
Cheesecake is done when it jiggles slightly in center.
The device is a novel type of Brownian ratchet, a tiny machine that harnesses the energy of random jiggles to produce a one-way particle flow.
Reduce oven temperature to 300 degrees and bake 35 to 45 minutes longer, or until edges are set and cake jiggles only slightly in center.
More importantly, because the MP-3 players are solid state, you don't ever have to worry about jiggles from movement (the MD players buffer 10 seconds of sound to eliminate those problems, but you can still get a hiccup in your sound if the bump is big enough.
Hubble jiggles not only when its solar panels change temperature, but also on some occasions when its two tape recorders go on or off, or when researchers rotate the carousels that place different filters or prism-like diffraction gratings in front of various instruments.
Tauber, noted for his mastery of finesse fishing and other techniques from out west, swings the lure in front of a man sitting in the front row and jiggles it at eye level.
The passage of gravity waves should produce minute vibrationsor jiggles in heavy objects.