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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of jigger.
- adj. Very tired.
- adj. Broken.
- adj. Surprised.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Affected or infested with the jigger or chigoe.
- See the etymology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (British informal expletive) surprised
It's apparently an image from the troubled James Robinson-written Justice League story, that was originally announced as an ongoing, then downgraded to a miniseries, and has had its title jiggered with slightly here and there.
It’s apparently an image from the troubled James Robinson-written Justice League story, that was originally announced as an ongoing, then downgraded to a miniseries, and has had its title jiggered with slightly here and there.
I have found that a tool guided by a straight-edge, and "jiggered" backwards and forwards, makes by far the best lines for blind-tool work.
Then he came slowly up, and 'jiggered' savagely at the line.
Gary jiggered across the floor, swinging his arm at the band.
Are you saying that if instead of the current structure, Congress had re-jiggered the tax code to reach the same effect by AGI reductions you would have no problem with it?
The Prize is done but I'm jiggered if I can fathom the connection with the clues referred to in the special instructions.
It is that the media has its own agenda to grab and retain viewers, and thus the contest was jiggered to suit those needs.
The changes pumped up the drama in the re-jiggered plot that has Vikings and dragons being at odds rather than living in harmony.
Mr. Adler says he never really used the room until he re-jiggered it for sporting purposes.