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Definition of "wriggly" [wriggly]

  • That wriggles. (adjective)

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Use "wriggly" in a sentence
  • "The robot rose ecstatically into the air, pursuing a kind of wriggly path."
  • "As a fan of the book, the book that essentially started this whole genre of undead pirates, voodoo magic and giant captains with wriggly beards, I can't wait to see this. austin this could work i mean Disney needs someone to replace Keira Knightly's character and since this is suppose to be a new step and a fresh start in this franchise"
  • "I'm sure there was something in the works of the late Douglas Adams about someone who had a job designing meanders or, as we know them, better the "wriggly bits on rivers", and what bliss, and suddenly it turns out this job exists."