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jiggly

[jig-lee] /ˈdʒɪg li/
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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Examples from the web for jiggly
  • 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 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.
  • The suspension delivered a busy, jiggly ride, especially when not towing.
Slang definitions & phrases for jiggly

jiggle

modifier

: the ads for comedies in the jiggle genre/ a brand of show so dependent on buxom starts and wet T-shirts that it was called jiggle television

noun
  1. The bouncing and shaking of a woman's parts, esp of the breasts •Hence the whole tone and style of blatant female sexual exploitation: help put the jiggle back in the series ''Charlie's Angels''
  2. A TV program featuring the bouncing and shaking of a woman's parts: when advertisers see wall-to-wall jigglies in prime time
verb

: She swims, jumps rope, and practices jiggling in front of the mirror (1970s+)


The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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