wiggle|wiggles in English


[wig·gle || 'wɪgl]

wiggling movement, twisting, waggling, movement from side to side; twisting path or line

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1. However, if you wiggle the mirror as the fly passes, the fly wiggles too.

2. Wiggle, wiggle.

3. Her toes gave a wiggle.

4. Lieutenant, if he wiggles, put a hole in him.

5. Can you wiggle your ears?

6. She gave a sexy wiggle.

7. So rivers also wiggle.

8. 5 Another girl wiggles by in the Brooklyn gloaming.

9. Wiggle both of your index fingers.

10. Her hips wiggle as she walks.

11. And the wiggle woms and the zip zorps!

12. He wiggles it in place, tugs it with his nose, and smash.

13. Wombat wanted to wiggle along the ground.

14. The request left some wiggle room for future restructuring.

15. Then wiggle the finger and thumb joints.Sentence dictionary

16. I haven't left myself much wiggle room , either.

17. Wiggle your finger if you feel anything.

18. He just couldn’t quite get his ears to wiggle.

19. Electrons can jiggle and wiggle in a more energetic manner.

20. Better get a wiggle on or we'll be late.

21. The dance of the bees has a repertoire of wiggles and tilts and speeds.

22. I have absolutely no wiggle room on this.

23. Your baby will try to shuffle or wiggle along the floor.

24. Get a wiggle on, or you will be late.

25. Ambiguous wording leaves some wiggle room for further negotiation.