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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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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.
Four Wives has none of the jiggly production value of a YouTube video, however.
This snake-bait species coats its eggs in a tougher covering than the jiggly eggs of the red-eyed tree frog.
It smells of pig and salts the urchin, the sweet, jiggly custard of the sea.
Courthouse Square sprang to life on the restored Universal Studios Hollywood backlot with characters previously filmed on the hometown setting, from the wild-haired Doc Brown in "Back to the Future" to the jiggly Professor Sherman Klump in "The Nutty Professor.
GIGGLING Dancing on Ice star Roxanne Pallett gets jiggly with it at a belly dancing class before tonight's show.
Although I never cracked a sweat, the ride was a bit jiggly, and afterward my ass felt as if I had done a few too many squats; that said, for sprints to the airport and modest daily commutes, the Smart Fortwo will compete with any compact car.
While his style is too often a tad too cutesy, Lichtjahre is clever, with bright occasional insights, and on the whole offers an entertaining, if jiggly, panorama of the period.
I have never been jiggly fat; quite the contrary, I am solid muscle.
Thinking it normal, we learned to cut sound tracks for two different films in the same room, enduring the earsplitting cacophony without protest; we accepted the really frightful fire hazard; we welcomed the old, beat-up, bleacher-style seats in the recording room, the wooden carpenter's horses doing duty as cutting benches, the tables used as desks, the desks used for storing film, the rewind mounted on a jiggly piece of three ply; and finally we even enjoyed the composition of deathless prose in the atmosphere of a boiler factory.