- a person who jogs.
- joggers, (used with a plural verb) Also called jogger pants, jogging pants. casual, tapered pants of soft, absorbent fabric, typically with elastic at the waist and ankles.
Origin of jogger
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Examples from the Web for jogger
He says that someone cut the legs of jogger, when no one had, although her legs were covered with scratches.
All said that they only touched the jogger or helped restrain her, while one or more of the others forced themselves on her.
The jogger had no memory of the attack, and none of the other victims could make an identification of the Five.
There is a jogger everywhere, just as there is a buzzing fly everywhere in summer.
Dawdling down Whitehall one day a jogger nailed me—they come to me like flies to honey—and got me to look at his pamphlet.
From the perspective of today's jogger, running might seem an individual experience, and to a great extent it is.The Civilization of Illiteracy</p>
- a person who runs at a jog trot over some distance for exercise, usually regularly
- NZ a cart with rubber-tyred wheels used on a farm
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Word Origin and History for jogger
c.1700, "one who walks heavily," also "one who gives a sudden push;" agent noun from jog (v.). Running sense is from 1968.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper