wiggle|wiggled|wiggles|wiggling in English


[wig·gle || 'wɪgl]

waggle, wriggle, squirm; shake, move from side to side; wiggle something

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

2. Wiggle, wiggle.

3. He removed his shoes and wiggled his toes.

4. A duck wiggled in the street.

5. 7 Stop wiggling and sIt'still!

6. Her toes gave a wiggle.

7. She wiggled her toes in the water.

8. 2 Stop wiggling and sit still!

9. The baby was wiggling its toes.

10. The Anti-Barney, the Wiggles' worst nightmarethe Boogers

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

12. She gave a sexy wiggle.

13. Can you wiggle your ears?

14. 3 The baby was wiggling its toes.

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

17. 5 Another girl wiggles by in the Brooklyn gloaming.

18. So rivers also wiggle.

19. And the wiggle woms and the zip zorps!

20. Wiggle both of your index fingers.

21. Her hips wiggle as she walks.

22. He tried wiggling the control stick but nothing happened.

23. 1 He tried wiggling the control stick but nothing happened.

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

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