- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jiggle.
“Did not have to use the two second delay to avoid the "jiggles" seen in the 6/26 and 7/3 batches.”
“His eye also "jiggles" a little in the socket, which impairs his field of vision.”
“I think I've only felt two times when the haptics "jiggles" but the device didn't register what my key-press was.”
“Spider," a 1939 Alexander Calder mobile, jiggles within view of the same Pollock painting, illustrating the artists' shared fascination with the movement of lines through space, she says.”
“Forget what you believe about Santa Claus: the fluffy white beard, the belly that jiggles when he giggles.”
“Bake on a lipped baking sheet for about 30 minutes, or until the center is set and jiggles slightly when shaken gently.”
“I try to get Dale to match me Zombie for Zombie, but he jiggles the car keys in his pants pocket and says he's the DD.”
“She takes the baby out of the seat and jiggles her up and down on her hip, hissing at the boys to put back the chocolate bars they have been busily pulling off the rack.”
“In fact Stuever is not entirely correct – in addition to giggles and jiggles you can also play Snow White or the wicked witch in Once Upon A Time, a ghost in A Gifted Man or a fish-out-of-water doctor in Hart of Dixie, which appears to be a sub-par rom com that somehow took a wrong turning and landed up on the small screen.”
“He squeezes my ass with both his hands, jiggles it, slaps it, then stands up and straddles me from behind, pushing his dick deep in me.”
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