I mean, if I was trying to jigger into—well, I guess this is my house now, so [ laughter] it probably wouldn't happen.
“I mean, if I was trying to jigger into—well, I guess this is my house now, so it probably wouldn't happen,” he explained.
Serve it as is from the pot for kids; add a jigger of rum, brandy, or Calvados for the grownups.
A dash of wit and a jigger of wisdom, flavored with surprise.
While examining her with our glasses, a sail was set on her jigger mast.
As the jigger stopped Philip jumped from his seat and held out a blistered hand.
Overhaul a buntline a little, bend the jigger to it, and trice up on deck.
In the case of dyeing piece goods on a jigger or continuous dyeing machines even stronger liquors can be used with advantage.
And these are the kind of fellows, too, who jigger our ridin' on this railroad.
Use red pepper instead of black, splash in a jigger of kirsch but no white wine.
[giger, ''lock,'' is found by 1612, apparently coined by Thomas Dekker, and is probably the source of the third noun sense]