Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of joggle.
  • noun The act of juggling while jogging.

Etymologies

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see joggle.

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Blend of jogging and juggling.

Examples

  • Before I could turn and seek the door, there came a really terrific shock; the ground seemed to roll under me in waves, interrupted by a violent joggling up and down, and there was a heavy grinding noise as of brick houses rubbing together.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • Before I could turn and seek the door, there came a really terrific shock; the ground seemed to roll under me in waves, interrupted by a violent joggling up and down, and there was a heavy grinding noise as of brick houses rubbing together.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • I watched her breasts, which had grown considerably ever since we started having sex, joggling with her sobs.

    Half-and-Half

  • And as opposed to some of you, I didn't attend the victory as I was so exhausted joggling my regular job and career.

    Yes We Did (And What We Must Do)

  • And as opposed to some of you, I didn't attend the victory as I was so exhausted joggling my regular job and career.

    Yes We Did (And What We Must Do)

  • He was hurrying, his round cheeks joggling as he trotted up to me.

    Renegade's Magic

  • And as opposed to some of you, I didn't attend the victory as I was so exhausted joggling my regular job and career.

    Yes We Did (And What We Must Do)

  • And as opposed to some of you, I didn't attend the victory as I was so exhausted joggling my regular job and career.

    Yes We Did (And What We Must Do)

  • They have also warned against joggling with multiple faiths.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • They have also warned against joggling with multiple faiths.

    Resolution on the eve of The Mother’s passing away day

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