You, too, will be zipping along to the angular guitars and zigzagging, herky-jerky vocals.
It was superficial and jumpy and herky-jerky, bopping all over the place.
herky-jerky put me to carrying Dick's breakfast from the campfire up into the cave.
The most striking thing about herky-jerky, however, was his perpetual grin.
"Sure, kid, thet hole's full of trout—speckled trout," said herky-jerky.
herky-jerky kept on grinning and cracking jokes on my failure to escape.
I got a blurred glimpse of herky-jerky leaning back on the taut lasso.
herky-jerky was the only one of his companions brave enough to start to help him.
Its body shifted back and forth in herky-jerky motions like an old-fashioned washing machine.
herky-jerky's boots suddenly stood on end, and I knew then he had also risen.
Jerky; spasmodic; not smooth: bellow and quiver with those herky-jerky spasms/ herky-jerky instability of Shepard's plays/ producing a herky-jerky style of governing (mid-1950s+)