To this day, I pick up a box of jiffy cornbread mix when shopping.
The GFY (pronounced “jiffy”) is essentially a more technologically advanced version of the ubiquitous GIF.
Oscar-winning director Barry Levinson says the jiffy Lube logo makes more fiscal sense.
The other, about Sting performing at jiffy Lube Live, a concert venue in Bristow, Virginia.
You can be the leader of a Salvadoran death squad, and then manage a jiffy Lube in North Miami.
Frightened beyond ability to shout the servant held up his hands, and was gagged in a jiffy and his hands tied behind his back.
It doesn't matter; we'll break the door down in a jiffy, anyway.
Just dropped the mixture on the hot stone and in a jiffy the cake was done, nice and brown and crisp around the edges.
The bottle was filled with kerosene, and in a jiffy the box was covered with the flame.
What a lark, well be ready in a jiffy, and catching Lois by the arm she dragged her up stairs.
1785, "a moment, an instant," colloquial, origin unknown; said to be originally thieves' slang for "lightning."
1. The duration of one tick of the computer's system clock. Often one AC cycle time (1/60 second in the US and Canada, 1/50 most other places), but more recently 1/100 sec has become common.
2. Confusingly, the term is sometimes also used for a 1-millisecond wall time interval. Even more confusingly, physicists semi-jokingly use "jiffy" to mean the time required for light to travel one foot in a vacuum, which turns out to be close to one *nanosecond*.