"Well, I'm jiggered," Mr. Garratt answered, after a moment's hesitation.
I'll be jiggered if the Zeppelin isn't going to have it out with them!
It's a good-lookin' boat, but it's jiggered the other bunch.
Then he came slowly up, and ‘jiggered’ savagely at the line.
There's a torpedo craft of sorts away to the nor'-east, and I'm jiggered if I don't think she's chasing us.
Mr. Russell read on, and such exclamations as "Well, I'm jiggered!"
"Well, I'll be jiggered," muttered Billie when there came a cry across the river—Stanley calling for help.
The constable poked his head in and said, Well, Ill be jiggered!
She was always drunk with the jiggered gin; and one day she fell into the fire and was burnt to death.
I'll apologize, Wilks, for the deipnosophist part of it, but I'll be jiggered if I'll be responsible for your nasty gastronomy.
[giger, ''lock,'' is found by 1612, apparently coined by Thomas Dekker, and is probably the source of the third noun sense]