wiggly

[ UK /wˈɪɡli/ ]
[ US /ˈwɪɡəɫi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. curved or curving in and out
    wiggly lines
  2. moving in a twisting or snake-like or wormlike fashion
    wiggly worms
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How To Use wiggly In A Sentence

  • Users of the innovative Wiltshire Wigglybus service can now book their next journey direct from their mobile phone, using the new text booking service.
  • Just like miniature ponies, scale model airplanes and Mini-Coopers, cool, tiny things simply make you want to go all wiggly and goo-goo.
  • After ten minutes of drawing she still had a white sheet of paper with written on it in one corner in slightly wiggly letters. CORALINE
  • Driving your Ferrari to the Piggly Wiggly and want to avoid shopping - cart dents?
  • The three dozen first-graders were a rowdy and wiggly bunch, almost as jumpy as some of the animals brought out for them to pet.
  • One baby was small enough to be cradled, the other was larger and wiggly.
  • Now about showing off the "wiggly" stuff: trust me on this: Mexican women here at Lake Chapala have a whole different body image than women from NOB. CLOTHES - what's hot and what's not in Mexico
  • Despite the slight distortions of a lo-fi recording, the songs are an ambitious, groovy blend of late 60s garage, wiggly noises, piano-led balladry and the odd moment of Nick Cave-ish histrionics.
  • The Jubilee line follows a single path with no branches or junctions, although it's a very wiggly and indirect route.
  • Others see it as a boon for the Piggly Wiggly, a supermarket across the street from Augusta National, which could make a bundle of cash with protesters wandering aimlessly about its parking lot.
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