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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
jog (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to give a slight shake or push to - nudge
2.
to rouse to alertness - jogged his memory
3.
to cause (as a horse) to go at a jog
4.
intransitive verb
to align the edges of (piled sheets of paper) by hitting or shaking against a flat surface
1.
to move up and down or about with a short heavy motion - his … holster jogging against his hip Thomas Williams
2.
a) to run or ride at a slow trot
b) to go at a slow, leisurely, or monotonous pace - trudge
jog (noun)
1.
a slight shake - nudge
2.
a) a movement, pace, or instance of jogging (as for exercise)
b) a horse's slow measured trot
jog (noun)
1.
a) a projecting or retreating part (as of a line or surface)
b) the space in the angle of a jog
2.
a brief abrupt change in direction
jog (verb)
intransitive verb
to make a jog - the road jogs to the right
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
jog (verb)
1.
to go at a pace faster than a walk
SYNONIMS:
dash, gallop, jog, scamper, sprint, trip, trot
RELATED WORDS:
bound, canter, leap, lope, shag, skip, spring; barrel, belt, blast, blaze, blow, bolt, bomb [], bowl, breeze, bustle, buzz, cannonball, careen, course, foot (it), hare, hasten, hie, hoof (it), hotfoot (it), hump, hurl, hurry, hurtle, hustle, jet, leg (it), pelt, race, ram, rip, rocket, rush, rustle, shoot, speed, tear, whirl, whisk, zip, zoom; nip, patter, scoot, scurry, scuttle, step (along)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
amble, saunter, shamble, shuffle, stroll; crawl, creep, dally, dawdle, dillydally, drag, lag, linger, loiter, poke, tarry; lumber, plod, trudge; hobble, limp
jog (verb)
2.
to make short up-and-down movements
SYNONIMS:
bob, bobble, jog, jounce, pump, seesaw, wag
RELATED WORDS:
jerk, jiggle, shake, wiggle, wobble ( wabble); oscillate, rock, sway, swing, undulate; drop, duck
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