Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Shaky; joggling.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Molly and Midge wanted to skip, but Stella never skipped, so the result was a somewhat joggly gait as they went down the path to the orchard.

    Marjorie's Vacation

  • "I am writing in the train, so please forgive this joggly writing --"

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • "I am writing in the train, so please forgive this joggly writing --"

    The Dark Flower

  • It was a little joggly in the carriage, she had already found, for the horse was restless from the flies, and she did not like being left alone.

    The Peterkin Papers

  • It was a little joggly in the carriage, she had already found, for the horse was restless from the flies, and she did not like being left alone.

    The Peterkin Papers

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  • "Perhaps a bit crowded and joggly for rifle work," said Holmes. The Fifth Heart by Dan Simmons.

    May 3, 2015