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I approach, I shuffle with my feet for a secure footing, I waggle my club in an airy manner.
We pull a long face, waggle a grave head, and chuckle within our waistcoats.
ROUNDABOUT PAPERSWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Inside she said she felt perfectly secure, but the tower itself she knew must waggle at that height when once you stepped out.
A VOYAGE OF CONSOLATIONSARA JEANNETTE DUNCAN
And yet, however much it may waggle, a stone does fall to earth if you drop it.
In that enfeebled clutch the pen itself tends to waggle and drop; and hence, in short, my appearance of languor over the inkstand.
Yu' might say the whole year's strength flows hearty in every waggle of your thumb.
“I shall do just as I please,” said Bob, giving his head a waggle, as if to show his authority.
QUICKSILVERGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
Youll have to waggle your hand good to make her look, like enough, added Carolyn Mays mentor.
CAROLYN OF THE CORNERSRUTH BELMORE ENDICOTT
Also a picture of Jack Minot, who will dance on one leg and waggle the other, and make you laugh.
JACK AND JILLLOUISA MAY ALCOTT
Dave saw him waggle his wings vigorously and point ahead and a bit to the left.

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