jiggly

[jig-lee]

adjective, jig·gli·er, jig·gli·est.

tending to jiggle or marked by a jiggling movement.
Informal. featuring women in clothing designed to be sexually suggestive by accentuating the breasts: jiggly TV shows.

Nearby words

  1. jiggered,
  2. jiggermast,
  3. jiggers,
  4. jiggery-pokery,
  5. jiggle,
  6. jiggy,
  7. jigsaw,
  8. jigsaw puzzle,
  9. jihad,
  10. jihadi

Origin of jiggly


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Examples from the Web for jiggly

  • I think I shall not tell the girls that the maps are wrong, and that Maine is not as jiggly as they make it out.

  • They chatted while the natives gaped until the jiggly, two-wheeled carts clattered toward them.

    The Argus Pheasant|John Charles Beecham