Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To shuffle with the feet.

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Examples

  • Red-80-36-0. staticIP.rima-tde.net) has joined #geotools this was the idea behind 'jiffle' the ANTLR grammar that I'm fiddling with it's essentially a simple expression evaluator

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  • I've put the current ANTLR parser and tree grammars on to the project site they are very preliminary but maybe give you some idea when you look at them ok but it isn't joined to images yet now that I've got basic arithmetic, trig functions etc in jiffle the next thing I'd like to do is work out how to plug input image data into the interpreter

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  • No sooner was he out on the lawn than all the stupid birds began to look about his light to see what it was made of, and how it was that what they took for a glow-worm should be going about the lawn; and still all this while the dreadful cry kept coming, now higher, now lower, and the gardener could not find out what it was; but at last he stood stock-still and scratched his head, until the tassel of his red nightcap went jiffle-iffle, and danced up and down like a loose leaf on a twig.

    Featherland How the Birds lived at Greenlawn

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  • "stop jiffling!" is one of those 'for a movie called Lickety Split's Oily Adventures, I expected a lot more lickety split' phrases.

    April 15, 2009

  • To fidget or move around.

    November 8, 2008