Which preposition to use with jigs

in Occurrences 7%

I don't jig in public.

on Occurrences 7%

"Do you remember the thing about the screech-owl and the weather signs?" said the Colonel, roused at last by the jig on his toes and the rattle of improvised "bones" almost in his face.

for Occurrences 2%

" "Called Jig for short, and sometimes Cold Feet," put in the clerk.

under Occurrences 2%

When his hand moved it was to take Jig under the chin with marvelous firmness and gentleness at once and lift the face of the schoolteacher.

from Occurrences 2%

For when the preacher has often, with great piety, and art enough, handled his subject, and the judicious clerk has with the utmost diligence called out two staves proper to the discourse, and I have found in myself, and in the rest of the pew, good thoughts and dispositions, they have been all in a moment dissipated by a merry jig from the organ loft.

at Occurrences 2%

Enter one and dances an Entry, and a Jig at the end on't.

of Occurrences 2%

" "Elsie Morris is delighted," said Marian, as she hung up the receiver, "and Polly Stevens will just dance jigs of joy when she hears about it.

with Occurrences 1%

The doctor flourished a hand above my head and jigged with ponderous steps.

around Occurrences 1%

You couldn't get a fair jury for Jig around Sour Creek and Woodville.

before Occurrences 1%

Tom, Dick, and Harry's unmended hose persisted in dancing a spectral jig before her mental eye, mother's querulous complaints spoilt the song she hummed to cheer herself, and little May's wistful face put the goddess of beauty entirely out of countenance.

by Occurrences 1%

Or he could save Jig by violating the law, and that also would drive him from Sour Creek and Sandersen.

over Occurrences 1%

To nod, toss, and nod again, was poor show for her glee; she smirked and writhed to the disdaining girl like a child at a mirror, and, though sitting thus confined, gave all the effects of jigging over the floor.

to Occurrences 1%

And he whistled sweet; And I in the crusted snow With snow-clubbed feet Jigged to and fro, Till, from the day, The rose-light ebbed away.

about Occurrences 1%

The other one stayed on the ground and jigged about all the time.

Which preposition to use with  jigs