Definition of Rejigger

1. Verb. To rejig. ¹



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Definition of Rejigger

1. to alter [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: alter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rejigger

rejection letter
rejection letters
rejectionism
rejectionist
rejectionists
rejections
rejectitious
rejective
rejectment
rejectments
rejector
rejectors
rejects
rejig
rejigged
rejigger (current term)
rejiggered
rejiggering
rejiggers
rejigging
rejiggle
rejigs
rejoiced
rejoicement
rejoicements
rejoicer
rejoicers
rejoices
rejoicest

Literary usage of Rejigger

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1. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1906)
"Bottom skimmings and discharge to (25) ; hutch to (21) ; tailings to (33). 21. From (17) and (20). Two No. 11 jigs or rejigger finishers. ..."

2. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1906)
"11 jigs or rejigger finishers. 2-sieve Collom jigs. Bottom skimmings to (25) ; hutches to (31) ; tailings to (33). 22. From (10) and (26). One No. ..."

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