in a jiff

in a jiff

verb
See also: jiff
References in classic literature ?
But, Lord, look you, sir --hearts and souls alive, man --the next instant, in a jiff, I was blind as a bat --both eyes out --all befogged and bedeadened with black foam --the whale's tail looming straight up out of it, perpendicular in the air, like a marble steeple.
That's why the company is called Jiff, 'Healthcare communication in a Jiff.
With its perfectly placed pockets, you can find your PDA in a hurry while at work, or your flask in a jiff at a loft party--or vice versa--with equal dexterity.
Jim said: "I thought, 'He's not getting away with that', and in a jiff put him on the floor.