jiggered


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jiggered

1. mod. damned. Well, I’ll be jiggered!
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. (see also jigger.) Todd was more than just a little jiggered.
See also: jigger
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IF you're feeling jiggered after gipping all night, you probably should go to the doctor.
Attractive: Stoater (Glasgow), buff (London), tidy (Wales) Cold: Nesh (South West and the North), taters (East Anglia), clemmed (Sheffield) Left handed: Molly-duckered (Scotland), gammy (Cumbria), keggy (East Midlands) Exhausted: Jiggered (Lancashire), puggled (Scotland), lampered (Cornwall
Public protestations aside, she says, "Clinicians "know privately that results can be jiggered.
He has jiggered the Constitution to allow him to run for office again, alienating the Montenegrins and risking yet another conflagration.
No wonder he was so jiggered at the close of his stunning 12 year quest for glory.
He talked of being jiggered after a crash and also after most of his many F1 races, in which he'd have sweated so much that he would have lost seven or eight pounds in weight.