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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 jiggling belt is also guaranteed to reduce cellulite from your fat thighs, but I presume it leaves you with a speech impediment and you begin to speak like you have seen a ghost.
com/thousands-of-venomous-portuguese-man-o-wars-wash-ashor-1820076556) Gizmodo reported that Wallensky and partner Claudia had seen a few bluebottles in the water before stumbling upon the thousands of jiggling, alien-looking creatures that they recorded.
In conventional superconductors, the jiggling of atomic nuclei in response to the movement of one electron helps another electron to follow closely behind, providing a kind of quantum glue.
Finally backfill with soil a bit at a time, jiggling the tree to shake the soil between the roots and firm down well.
With this in mind, Crespi's teachers no longer consider jiggling knees and tapping pencils an annoyance.
What counts here is not just what's included but what's left out: the townscape around the jiggling child, which would mitigate the mournful nature of his action; the distractingly bright and hectic sprawl of the supermarket, with its multiplicity of messages.
Moto snow-covered mountain built by Motorola for extreme freestyle shredding; women dressed as MSN butterflies at the Microsoft stand; the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders jiggling and grinding at the Sirius booth--and get down to the essence of the Next Big Thing for automotive electronics (although given that the show is held each year in Las Vegas, why would anyone imagine that you'd be looking for anything but the obvious.
Rhythmic, lulling movement, such as, gentle rocking, stretching, jiggling and soft pressure, is applied to the body.
In the gel is an "isolating" rod with two weights that oscillate at the shot, jiggling the gel.
Now look here, Ezell, this is your oldest child and your only daughter, so when the usher walks you down the aisle, you better not have your arms wiggling and jiggling all over the place like Jell-O.
Pretty soon, everybody (and we're all considerably over 12 years of age) was humming, singing or jiggling to these catchy tunes.
Nick and Sally are wiggling and jiggling like the jelly mold in front of them.
I was really worried about my butt jiggling when contact was made.
Gangly singer Daniel Abercrombie looks a bit like Michael Stipe in desperate need of the toilet, jiggling along to the band's spiky, stop-go guitar melodies.
Scientists have long known that Albert Einstein skipped something a century ago when he analyzed Brownian motion--the jiggling of particles in a fluid, such as pollen in water.