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Use "squiggling" in a sentence
"The fundamental components of any literary articulation — as a babbling in sound or a squiggling in ink — are phonemes or graphemes, verbal or visual figurae."
"With more energy than expertise, the Yaps suffered many disasters -- the most devastating in 1989 when flooding flushed many thousands of fish out of their ponds and sent them squiggling toward the Straits of Jahor."
"Locals consider it unsafe to eat casu marzu once the larvae have died, so it is served while the translucent white worms, about one-third of an inch long, are still squiggling."