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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Bake until filling is well browned but still a little jiggly when shaken, 45 to 50 minutes.
She helped open the show with a snake-themed performance of "Anaconda" that included a lot of attention on Minaj's most jiggly asset.
She helped open the show with a snake-themed performance of "Anaconda'' that included a lot of attention on Minaj's most jiggly asset.
Q] What's the most flattering sleeve type for full or jiggly upper arms?
Bake until edges of cheesecake are set but center is still soft and slightly jiggly, 20 to 25 minutes.
The sea lice are boogying, the jiggly jellyfish are riding the wave, and everyone is having a good time tonight.
too jiggly, uncomfortable and unwilling to go offA[degrees]road.
Jiggly amber detoxifier (cleansing and detoxification) relaxes and heals from within.
I hope you all had a blessed Christmas and enjoyed my last article with Jiggly Caliente.
This model, the '2' Luxe version, was fitted with 18-inch alloy wheels which didn''t improve the sometimes jiggly ride, particularly on rougher surfaces.
We shared a Lychee Pannacotta (LE 30) that was perfectly jiggly and offering that sweet taste of milk and sugar.
1 felt a little dizzy and my legs got a little jiggly," explained Holihan.
While I could not fault the engineering and mechanical refinement of the powertrain, its effortless ability to switch power delivery responses and eke out the fuel, I was far less impressed by its jiggly ride in what is supposed to be a premium-level saloon.
The introductory 15 minutes are swiftly paced, making modest demands on the viewer to keep up with the jiggly aesthetic and the particulars of the premise: Twenty years ago, an enormous spaceship came to rest over Johannesburg, now a sun-scorched urban wasteland.
It smells of pig and salts the urchin, the sweet, jiggly custard of the sea.