Similar words: debugging, coming in, bring in, managing, emerging, encouraging, discharging, engineering. Meaning: ['dʒɔgɪŋ] n. running at a jog trot as a form of cardiopulmonary exercise.
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1 I go jogging fairly regularly.
2 I go jogging every morning.
3 I dislike jogging early in the morning.
4 A few years ago jogging was the in thing.
5 Since I started jogging I've lost three and a half inches from my waistline.
6 She wore a bright green jogging suit with a white stripe down the sides.
7 He goes jogging every evening.
8 Avoid muscle strain by warming up with slow jogging.
9 We were jogging along comfortably and enjoying our work.
10 Aerobic dancing piggybacked on the jogging craze.
11 Jogging is a popular form of exercise.
12 She wouldn't be seen dead jogging; she hates exercise.
13 For years the business just kept jogging along.
14 She tries to keep fit by jogging every day.
15 She goes out jogging in all weathers.
16 Jogging will confer striking benefits.
17 Jogging every morning? That's very ambitious, isn't it?
18 She was jogging on the spot to keep warm.
19 Brisk walking burns up more calories than slow jogging.
20 I tie my hair back when I'm jogging.
21 I went jogging to blow off some steam.
22 I find jogging very addictive.
23 I go jogging every evening.
24 She decided to go jogging each morning.
25 He goes jogging every morning(sentencedict.com), rain or shine.
26 The work is jogging along all right.
27 He likes jogging in the morning.
28 The jogging craze began in the 1970s.
29 He's into jogging, squash, aerobics,[www.Sentencedict.com] the whole exercise bit.
30 Jogging is a healthy form of exercise.
More similar words: debugging, coming in, bring in, managing, emerging, encouraging, discharging, engineering, at the beginning, at the beginning of, begin, dig in, margin, drag in, origin, engine, engineer, begin with, originally, to begin with, ring, wing, swing, bring, thing, cling, landing, ring out, string, ring up.