Variant of jive
transitive verb, intransitive verb jived, jiving
Slang to speak (to) in a way that is exaggerated, insincere, flippant, etc., esp. in trying to fool or mislead
Origin: altered ; from jibe: sense development, to taunt—banter—improvise—swing (music)
- Slang talk used in jiving someone
- jazzor swing (c. 1930-45)
Slang insincere, misleading, fake, fraudulent, etc.