Word usage examples
Suddenly it jogged to one side and Alec heard the sound of something heavy falling over, immediately followed by a muffled curse.
The sun felt good on his back and he knew the red colt liked it too, for Bonfire neighed repeatedly while Tom jogged him the wrong way around the track, loosening him up.
As she jogged along, the dark line of mountains that separated Yr Auddglyn from the province of Cwm Peel loomed closer and closer, like clouds on the horizon.
As they jogged down the glen Henry Drome engaged Lizzie in conversation.
In this deplorable state of body and mind, was I jogging on towards the Tweed, by the side of the small river called Ellan, when, just at the narrowest part of the glen, whom should I meet full in the face but the very being in all the universe of god would the most gladly have shunned.
It was she, who by her reference to gabbing Dick, had jogged his memory, and opened up a whole new line of thought--about which he needed to consult the Colonel.
David Street past the jog where it becomes es-Silsileh, two hundred yards towards the Haram, then north on el-Wad, and the Souk el-Qattanin comes in on your right.
Main Street jogs at the corner just past my windows, following the hills, and Hillyer Avenue, a wide through-street, curves into and joins Main at that corner.
He handed her the keys and went jogging up the walk, bobbing and bowing in merry hostship to the occupants of the other units.
The misshapen bags on her shoulders are jogging and slewing most inelegantly as Miss Sugar stumps forward, fist trembling on the handle of her stick.