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Definition of Wriggle
WriggleWriggle Wrig"gle, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Wriggled; p. pr. & vb.
n. Wriggling.] [Freq. of wrig, probably from OE. wrikken to
move to and fro; cf. LG. wriggeln, D. wrikken, Sw. vricka,
To move the body to and fro with short, writhing motions,
like a worm; to squirm; to twist uneasily or quickly about.
Both he and successors would often wriggle in their
seats, as long as the cushion lasted. --Swift.
Wriggle Wrig"gle, v. t.
To move with short, quick contortions; to move by twisting
and squirming; like a worm.
Covetousness will wriggle itself out at a small hole.
Wriggling his body to recover His seat, and cast his
right leg over. --Hudibras.
Wriggle Wrig"gle, a.
Wriggling; frisky; pliant; flexible. [Obs.] ``Their wriggle
Wriggle Wrig"gle, n.
Act of wriggling; a short or quick writhing motion or
Meaning of Wriggle from wikipedia
of the River
Yeo (South Somerset) Wriggle
(EP), an EP by American experimental
hip hop group...
is an EP by American experimental
hip hop group
on June 14, 2016 through
Sub Pop record
label, it features appearances
to: Collared wrigglers
, fish in the family Xenisthmidae Wriggler
(mosquito larva) Wriggler
(video game), a computer
game for the ZX...
- physically unharmed
and reportedly begged
for her life. She managed
free from the plastic
- Gyo (ギョ, "Fish"), fully titled
Gyo Ugomeku Bukimi
(ギョ うごめく不気味, lit. "Fish: Ghastly
Squirming") in ****an, is a horror seinen manga written
- in his cell's ceiling
lost 35 pounds
(16 kg), was able to wriggle through
it into the crawl space
above. In the w****s that followed
- arrow wriggler
(Tyson belos), also known
as Tyson's wriggler
, is a species
of fish in the monotypic genus Tyson
of the Xenisthmidae
- Les Wriggles
is a French music group
in 1995 made up of five members, Christophe
Gendreau, Stéphane Gourdon, Frédéric Volovitch, Antoine
- of their entire
them the common
name of "wigglers" or "wrigglers
". Larvae develop through
four stages, or instars, after which
is a Spectrum
maze game published
in 1985 by Romantic
Robot. The original release
of Wriggler contained
an instrumental track
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