Come on and do the Jectigation

KJZZ listener Adam from Tempe, Arizona, writes:

I’ve been listening since day 1 and still love your show. I’m trying to track down a bit more info on a clue that I can’t seem to find. In one of the earlier episodes . . . the clue was “the movement of a dog’s tail (i.e., wagging).” But a general dictionary search can’t find the word.

Adam, the word that’s causing you to shake your head is “jectigation,” meaning a wagging or tremulous motion. We used it as the first bluffing word in show #229. That show, recorded way back in May of 2000, is notable for being one of only a handful of episodes from which Carolyn Faye Fox was absent.

 

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