Definition of Juggle

1. Noun. The act of rearranging things to give a misleading impression.

Exact synonyms: Juggling
Generic synonyms: Rearrangement

2. Verb. Influence by slyness.
Exact synonyms: Beguile, Hoodwink
Generic synonyms: Cheat, Chisel, Rip Off
Derivative terms: Beguiler, Jugglery

3. Noun. Throwing and catching several objects simultaneously.
Exact synonyms: Juggling
Generic synonyms: Performance

4. Verb. Manipulate by or as if by moving around components. "Juggle an account so as to hide a deficit"
Generic synonyms: Cook, Fake, Falsify, Fudge, Manipulate, Misrepresent, Wangle
Derivative terms: Juggling

5. Verb. Deal with simultaneously. "She had to juggle her job and her children"
Generic synonyms: Care, Deal, Handle, Manage

6. Verb. Throw, catch, and keep in the air several things simultaneously.
Generic synonyms: Throw
Derivative terms: Juggler, Jugglery, Juggling

7. Verb. Hold with difficulty and balance insecurely. "The player juggled the ball"
Generic synonyms: Balance, Poise

Definition of Juggle

1. v. i. To play tricks by sleight of hand; to cause amusement and sport by tricks of skill; to conjure.

2. v. t. To deceive by trick or artifice.

3. n. A trick by sleight of hand.

Definition of Juggle

1. Verb. To manipulate objects, such as balls, clubs, beanbags, rings, etc. in an artful or artistic manner. Juggling may also include assorted other circus skills such as the diabolo, devil sticks, hat, and cigar box manipulation as well. ¹

2. Verb. To handle or manage many tasks at once. ¹

3. Noun. (qualifier juggling) To throw and catch each prop at least twice, as a opposed to a flash. ¹

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Definition of Juggle

1. to perform feats of manual dexterity [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES]

Medical Definition of Juggle

1. To deceive by trick or artifice. "Is't possible the spells of France should juggle Men into such strange mysteries?" (Shak) Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Literary usage of Juggle

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1. Basket Ball and Indoor Baseball for Women by Helen Frost, Charles Digby Wardlaw (1920)
"THE juggle The juggle is a good means of evading a persistent guard, but it should not ... At present the player using the juggle has the great advantage of ..."

2. The British Essayists;: With Prefaces, Historical and Biographical, by Alexander Chalmers (1807)
"... expression of jeu de theatre, which we may translate " the juggle of the theatre." When these little arts are exercised merely to assist nature, ..."

3. The British Essayists by James Ferguson (1823)
"expression of jeu dc theatre, which we may translate ' the juggle of the theatre ... than by throwing together a few reflections on this 'juggle of the ..."

4. Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart by John Gibson Lockhart (1837)
"... in a cunning attempt to disguise what really occurred, there are many men still alive in Edinburgh who could have effectually exposed any euch juggle. ..."

5. The Adventures of François, foundling, thief, juggler, and fencing-master by Silas Weir Mitchell (1899)
"VII Wherein is told now François saved a man's neck and learned to juggle. the early spring of this year François found himself, one day, in a crowd near to ..."

6. A Philosophical Dictionary by Voltaire (1843)
"Most of the Greeks made phi- ja picture, and a house of materials of losophy a juggle ; and they transmitted > which no one material was a house, ..."

7. British Poets of the Nineteenth Century by Curtis Hidden Page (1910)
"That broke our secret speech— It rose from the infernal shade, Or featly was some juggle played, " Still restless as a second Cain, To Scotland next my ..."

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