jiggly

[jig-lee]
adjective, jigglier, jiggliest.
1.
tending to jiggle or marked by a jiggling movement.
2.
Informal. featuring women in clothing designed to be sexually suggestive by accentuating the breasts: jiggly TV shows.

Origin:
jiggle + -y1

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jiggle (ˈdʒɪɡəl)
 
vb
1.  to move or cause to move up and down or to and fro with a short jerky motion: to jiggle the door handle
 
n
2.  a short jerky motion
 
[C19: frequentative of jig; compare joggle]
 
'jiggly
 
adj

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Example sentences
On that note: when you're ready to unmold your gelatin, place the mold in lukewarm water to release your dish in one jiggly piece.
The suspension delivered a busy, jiggly ride, especially when not towing.
The eggs they produce are shapely, but often when the yolk is perfect, the whites are still jiggly.
The pies should still be jiggly in the bull's-eye center but not around the outer edges.
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