/ (ˈdʒɒɡɪŋ) /

  1. running at a slow regular pace usually over a long distance as part of an exercise routine

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How to use jogging in a sentence

  • MacRae brought the glasses to bear, and said it was two Policemen jogging toward camp.

    Raw Gold | Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • Twenty minutes jogging brought us into a stretch of rough country, a series of knobs and ridges cut by innumerable coulées.

    Raw Gold | Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • The words seemed to be repeated cruelly, insistently, by the jogging of the train and the rumble of the wheels.

  • jogging on over the sand, I sat silent, cudgelling my brains for a solution of the disastrous predicament I had gotten into.

    In Search of the Unknown | Robert W. Chambers
  • Two hours' steady jogging followed, in which they were thrown about until every inch of skin on their bodies was raw with bruises.

    The Argus Pheasant | John Charles Beecham