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  • One pretty little fellow called Wyerley, perhaps; another jiggeting rascal called Biron, a third simpering varlet of the name of Symmes, and a more hideous villain than any of the reset, with a long bag under his arm, and parchment settlements tagged to his heels, yelped Solmes: pursue her from raree-show to raree-show, shouldering upon one another at every turn, stopping when she stops, and set a spinning again when she moves.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • But he didn't feel very brave, for the word which was really jiggeting about in his brain was "Heffalumps."

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Sukkur in the sands to Galle beneath the palms, none was so filled with virtue as Kimball O'Hara, jiggeting down to Umballa behind Hurree

    Kim

  • This evening, instead of jiggeting along the Corso with the puppets in blue and silver coats, and green and gold coaches, instead of bowing to Cardinal this, and dotting my head to Abbé t'other, I strolled to the Coliseo, found out my old haunts amongst its arches, and enjoyed the pure transparent sky between groves of slender cypress.

    Dreams Waking Thoughts and Incidents

  • This evening, instead of jiggeting along the Corso with the puppets in blue and silver coats, and green and gold coaches, instead of bowing to Cardinal this, and dotting my head to Abbe t'other, I strolled to the Coliseo, found out my old haunts amongst its arches, and enjoyed the pure transparent sky between groves of slender cypress.

    Dreams, Waking Thoughts, and Incidents

  • I do! — here you stand jiggeting, and sniggling, and looking cunning, as if there were some mighty matter of intrigue and common understanding betwixt you and me, whom you never set your eyes on before!”

    The Abbot

  • -- jiggeting up and down de country, drinking at all de taverns, fetching disgrace on de fam'ly, spite o 'all I can do!

    Dred; A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. In Two Volumes. Vol. II

  • Kimball O’Hara, jiggeting down to Umballa behind Hurree Chunder Mookerjee, whose name on the books of one section of the Ethnological Survey was

    Kim

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  • Now behold this pretty little miss skimming from booth to booth, in a very pretty manner. One pretty little fellow called Wyerley, perhaps; another jiggeting rascal called Biron...

    Lovelace to Belford, Clarissa by Samuel Richardson

    January 4, 2008