Simple past tense and past participle of juggle. (verb)
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Use "juggled" in a sentence
"The Seahawks again juggled their roster after a second weekend of off-season minicamps."
"A: You've been juggled, which is a lesser dating crime than "played" but still hurtful."
"Government had "juggled" some figures to suggest certain categories of crime were diminishing; displaced responsibility for crime prevention to citizens; and had blamed sociological factors, particularly South Africa's traumatic apartheid past, for the crime epidemic."