Definition of Jiggings
1. jigging [n] - See also: jigging
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Literary usage of Jiggings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mezzotints in Modern Music: Brahms, Tschaïkovsky, Chopin, Richard Strauss by James Huneker (1899)
"... and jiggings. There are several other nocturnes that will never appeal to hoi polloi. The noble one in C minor, the fruity one in B and the one in E, ..."
2. The Mineral Resources of New South Wales by Geological Survey of New South Wales, Edward Fisher Pittman (1901)
"... through the hydraulic classifier, and pass thence w> improved May jigs; the tails from these jigs are sent to the dump. The jiggings from compartments ..."
3. Alcestis: A Musical Novel by Blanche Warre Cornish (1874)
"The Count expects me to work at his manuscripts; how can I, when just as I settle, the partitions of my room shake with the jiggings below ? ..."