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  • adjective that jiggles

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Examples

  • I also broil for 1 minute at the end since I can't handle a "jiggly" egg white, but do as you like. posted by Katie at 7:18 AM

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • I also broil for 1 minute at the end since I can't handle a "jiggly" egg white, but do as you like. posted by Katie at 7:18 AM

    Baked Egg Cups

  • Agar is a seaweed that produces results similar to gelatin, except that it makes jello that is a lot less 'jiggly'.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • Agar is a seaweed that produces results similar to gelatin, except that it makes jello that is a lot less 'jiggly'.

    My Kyoto-inspired dinner - Part II

  • It’s not suppose to teach women to use their boobs to control men, like some kind of jiggly form of hypnotism; if anything itis a tragic criticism of women being putin this position and how they’re limited and socially pigeon-holed by theirsexuality.

    Jennifer’s Body (2009)

  • The jello was soft and super jiggly, unlike most traditional "tat" which is more firm and hard.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Pour the filling into the pie shell and bake for about 45 minutes, until the filling is set around the edges but a little jiggly in the center.

    Miranda Levenstein: The Help's Chocolate Pie

  • Pour the filling into the pie shell and bake for about 45 minutes, until the filling is set around the edges but a little jiggly in the center.

    Miranda Levenstein: The Help's Chocolate Pie

  • I know that I feel a renewed sense of urgency to lose some weight, firm up those jiggly areas, and generally get into better shape every Fall -- usually when I find out when the Birthday Ball will be held.

    Conspiracy Theory - SpouseBUZZ

  • The jello was soft and super jiggly, unlike most traditional "tat" which is more firm and hard.

    Easter Lunch

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