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squiggle

verb as in curl

Weak match

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Over a long period of time, the octopus learns to identify patterns in the squiggles it sees passing back and forth.

If confirmed, that controversial claim would push back the origin of the earliest sponges by about 350 million years and make the tiny squiggles the oldest known fossils of animals, by far.

Tagged with fluorescent dye, the mitochondria were neon squiggles crawling...

Berger’s machine, first used successfully in 1924, produced a readout of squiggles that represented the electricity created by collections of firing nerve cells in the brain.

Printed on aluminum in preschool-classroom pastels, these computer-rendered creations array circles, squares and squiggles in pop-art patterns that appear ready for dice or tokens.

One person draws a squiggle on a Post-It, the other tries to make it into something real.

Father: (sipping bourbon and soda, not looking up from iPad) Just make a circle and put a little squiggle at the bottom.

I will remember the success trajectory is a squiggle ... not a straight line.

The only difference between the two numbers was an extra squiggle in the upper line of the three.

The heart is a five, the dot a zero, and backward sevens with one squiggle are twos.

The black squiggle behind is only put in to make the beads and things look better.

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On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to squiggle, such as: squirm, twist, wiggle, wriggle, and writhe.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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