jogging

(redirected from joggings)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

jogging

[′jäg·iŋ]
(electricity)
Quickly repeated opening and closing of a circuit to produce small movements of the driven machine. Also known as inching.
References in classic literature ?
I--hum--ha--I confess I could have desired, Amy my dear,' he said, jogging about in a more feverish flutter than before, 'to have made some change in my dress first, and to have bought a-- hum--a watch and chain.
When they were left alone together--which was not until noon, for Mr Boffin sat long in his easy-chair, by turns jogging up and down the breakfast-room, clenching his fist and muttering--Bella, in consternation, asked her what had happened, what was wrong?
Noel Vanstone's sense of gratitude; and she is not at all likely, I should imagine, to let that sense fall asleep for want of a little timely jogging.
I was jogging along to my farm, and despairing of ever seeing Miss Isabel again--and Miss Isabel herself meets me at the roadside