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waggle

verb as in shake

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In earlier research, Landgraf built a robot that could perform a waggle dance so convincing that other bees followed it—and, at least sometimes, flew in the direction the robot suggested.

Waggle your eyebrows at a girl, and she'll ask what's wrong with your eye.

He must hold himself ever in readiness to wiggle-waggle in the perpetual Simon-says-thumbs-up game which his crowd is playing.

They were twenty small red demons rather like Billy, and the same number of tiny skeletons, all with waggle-some hands and feet.

The men dance in a circle, stamping the time; the women waggle round and round the circle, outside it.

There he goes, round and round—and now he's asleep—and now he begins to reel—wiggle-waggle—-down he tumbles!

Away she darted a few steps, to whirl and point and waggle a finger at the dumfounded youth.

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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to waggle, such as: bobble, flourish, flutter, jerk, jiggle, and joggle.

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

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