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- sleifiotroi a throsiwrigglesgwingo
Noun(1) the act of wiggling
Verb(1) to move in a twisting or contorted motion, (especially when struggling
(1) He was not gagged, which was a blessing, but the rope was tied tight and limited any movement to a caterpillar-like wriggle .(2) don't try and wriggle out of your contract(3) she gave an impatient little wriggle(4) With an awkward wriggle , he dragged his head clear.(5) She tried to wriggle away without waking him but she could barely move.(6) They do so with minimal effort, with an occasional wriggle of a flank and a sideways motion of a tail.(7) Difficult to describe, the film contains a host of shifting shapes, such as dots and circles that wriggle and twist, as well as a recurring totem figure that is the most concrete element of the film.(8) Local ghillie David Dinsmore took a small party of Scouts to Addergoole river last Saturday, where all were surprised by the variety of tiny fish life that crawl, swim or wriggle on the river bed.(9) Poised on the edge of her seat, a wriggle backwards would put Ahern's tiny frame in danger of being swallowed by the sumptuously plush green sofa.(10) Alas, three minutes later the fish does a wriggle down deep and the hook comes free.(11) He tried to move again but all he could manage was a wriggle under the blankets.(12) The wriggle brought Shawn into a half wakeful state and he groggily inhaled a faintly flowery scent.(13) Particularly ├ö├ç├┐ticklish├ö├ç├û individuals wriggle and writhe in apparent agony, as well as laughing hysterically, when being tickled.(14) She gave a little wriggle of her shoulders, looking uncomfortable.(15) Bare branches grow out of one end, while shoots sprout out from the other, smiling snakes wriggle around and a baby bird emerges from an egg.(16) Below him, Eric made a convulsive wriggle to get his legs around the bottom of the pipe.
(1) wriggle out :: sleifio allan
1. wiggle ::
2. squirm ::
3. squirm ::
4. writhe ::
5. wiggle ::
6. jiggle ::
7. jerk ::
8. thresh ::
9. flounder ::
10. flail ::
11. twitch ::
12. twist and turn ::
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13. snake ::
14. worm ::
15. slither ::
Different Formswriggle, wriggled, wriggles, wriggling
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