verb (used with or without object), jig·gled, jig·gling.
Examples from the Web for jiggle
After all, the show was never popular with critics who dismissed it as “Jiggle TV.”
She knew people saw her as an actress who had never transcended "Jiggle TV" and she had made her peace with it.
However, before he could get near enough to her to "jiggle" her arm, and make her drop the pan, Dinah came in.The Bobbsey Twins at Home|Laura Lee Hope
And if you rode on Prince, which is the other horse, he might jiggle you off into a snow bank.Six Little Bunkers at Grandpa Ford's|Laura Lee Hope
And his head bobbed slowly up and down, for it was fastened so that the least jar or jiggle would move it.The Story of a Nodding Donkey|Laura Lee Hope
All Barry can seem to do though is to jiggle the spark and look surprised.Torchy and Vee|Sewell Ford
But their ears are cold, and they jiggle on one leg against a frosty toe.Hints to Pilgrims|Charles Stephen Brooks
British Dictionary definitions for jiggle
Word Origin for jiggle
Word Origin and History for jiggle
1836, from jig (q.v.) + -le, frequentative suffix. Related: Jiggled; jiggling. As a noun, from 1840.