Synonyms of 'jig'
to move with quick jerky movementsGuests bopped and jigged the night away to disco beat.
She was skipping along the pavement.
Balloons bobbed about in the sky.
The cheerleaders pranced on the far side of the pitch.
He tapped his feet, hummed tunes and jiggled about.
bounce, , ,
Moira bounced into the office.
The children were capering about, shouting and laughing.
She wiggled her fingers to attract his attention.
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in the sense of bob
to move or cause to move up and down repeatedly, such as while floating in waterBalloons bobbed about in the sky.
in the sense of bounce
to move or cause to move suddenlyMoira bounced into the office.
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