It is really a very rare scientist who joggles contentedly down without qualms, or without delays, to a hole in space.
"The Lost Art of Reading" by Gerald Stanley Lee
New York had given this fantastic idea a rough joggle, the south-bound express tumbled it all to pieces.
"The Ghost Girl" by H. De Vere Stacpoole
Anyway, Tommy Jenks joggled my arm or I wouldn't have thrown a crayon at him.
"Jerry's Charge Account" by Hazel Hutchins Wilson
Its wide interior arch of sixty-one feet span, with joggled arch stones, is a most remarkable piece of work.
"Memorials of Old London" by Various
The coolie joggled along, his naked legs rising and falling mechanically.
"Peter the Brazen" by George F. Worts
The cart joggled over rutty roads for hours.
"A Yankee Flier Over Berlin" by Al Avery
They'll joggle out of here.
"The Eye of Dread" by Payne Erskine
An' it joggles up 'n' down, 'n' the pieces grin' agin each other.
"The Boy With the U. S. Life-Savers" by Francis Rolt-Wheeler
Blanchard fell against me and joggled my arm.
"Molly Brown's Sophomore Days" by Nell Speed
You can look over my shoulder, but you mustn't joggle.
"Just So Stories" by Rudyard Kipling
It's the dickens when they joggle.
"An Unknown Lover" by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
He would, logically and according to the joggle, turn out a rip or an angel.
"From Sea to Sea" by Rudyard Kipling
From the other direction also, as noted, his delicate scales had been joggled, with unsettling literary effects.
"Angela's Business" by Henry Sydnor Harrison
Tommy kept helping making the fire, and once he joggled the teakettle over.
"The William Henry Letters" by Abby Morton Diaz
He was curled up inside his log, so sound asleep that even the joggling of his home being carried upstairs didn't waken him.
"The Pearl Story Book" by Various
It was then the freshening wind, that made the boat "joggle," which first annoyed Dot Kenway.
"The Corner House Girls on Palm Island" by Grace Brooks Hill
A cage was on his back, and in the cage, balancing against the joggle and movement of his walk, was an uncomfortable hen.
"Poor Folk in Spain" by Jan Gordon
The three boys, tired as they were, soon ceased to talk, and fell asleep to the gentle swaying of the joggling boards.
"The Wreck of The Red Bird" by George Cary Eggleston
There are sets for "joggling" and "up-setting," and others for shaping and levelling.
"Life in a Railway Factory" by Alfred Williams
The detective softly joggled Mrs. Pilkins' elbow.
"Local Color" by Irvin S. Cobb