[ UK /wˈɪɡə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈwɪɡəɫ/ ]
VERB
  1. move to and fro
    Don't jiggle your finger while the nurse is putting on the bandage!
NOUN
  1. the act of wiggling
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How To Use wiggle In A Sentence

  • She had wiggled through a tot-sized aperture in the alcove, and toddled over to a display of butterfly nets four feet away.
  • Elroy is surprised to learn that the gardens are not fables but space stations that orbit the Earth and are run by a much-feared Lord, who seeks out Wiggles for taking the forbidden fruit - an apple, natch. 4/06 UPDATE: My New Year's Resolution
  • Manure worms (also called brandlings, red wigglers, or angleworms) and red worms live in organic debris and are the preferred types for commercial bait production and composting.
  • I managed to wiggle underneath them all, dislodging those on the very top by unbalancing the unsteady column.
  • It is amazing to see a patient who can barely move his or her extremities put forth the effort to wiggle his or her fingers in my dog's soft fur.
  • Ambiguous wording leaves some wiggle room for further negotiation.
  • Who doesn't love a wiggle dress? Times, Sunday Times
  • I stomped around and laughed while she wiggled, pranced and sang along to the music like all the other teenagers.
  • That, I’ve long contended, is why it created wiggle-room in FISA. Matthew Yglesias » Requests We Can Believe In
  • I wiggled into the pantyhose, did a spit polish on the pumps, and slipped into those.
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