Jiggle, Joggle, or Juggle?

Jiggle means "rock or jerk lightly."

Joggle means "to shake slightly" or "move by light jerks."

Juggle means "to catch and toss a number of objects with skill."

Examples: The aftershock made the table jiggle.

The movers had to joggle the couch into position.

He could juggle ten Indian clubs at a time.

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