jiggered

[ UK /d‍ʒˈɪɡəd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (British informal expletive) surprised
    Well I'm jiggered!
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How To Use jiggered In A Sentence

  • It is that the media has its own agenda to grab and retain viewers, and thus the contest was jiggered to suit those needs. Paul Abrams: Witches' Brew: Media's Deliberate Misuse of Polling Data Changes Elections
  • Personally, my priorities got rejiggered a few years ago.
  • But public policy in this country has been jiggered to favor capital over labor.
  • The latest new wrinkle in ESPN's rejiggered baseball coverage: Orel Hershiser joins Jon Miller and Joe Morgan on its marquee Sunday night games. Adding Hershiser to Sunday nights among ESPN's baseball changes
  • I have to think your day would suck if you stole (sorry, "reworked") ostensibly factual stuff only to find out the supposedly millennium-old secret society at the very heart of your rejiggered story was, as Miller says, "the invention, in the 1950s, of a man ... who had a history of fraud, embezzlement and membership in ultra-conservative, quasi-mystical and virulently anti-Semitic Catholic groups. Davis Sweet: What, Me Da Vinci?
  • The ruling party jiggered the election results to be sure they would stay in power.
  • Tax cuts and benefit increases are cynically jiggered to mesh with an increasingly mythical congressional budget plan.
  • It's since my shoulder got painfully and extremely jiggered, six years ago.
  • But they've been rejiggered over time into orderly crystal patterns linked by superstrong chemical bonds.
  • The runway was brimming with cocooning camel mohair sweaters, balmacaan and chesterfield coats and anuraks rejiggered with just enough newness to keep them fresh. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
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