waggle

[ wag-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF waggle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WAGGLE

For instance, that night, all he did was to waggle his finger at me.

At this rare praise he would straighten his shoulders and waggle his head.

And yet, however much it may waggle, a stone does fall to earth if you drop it.

I saw Wiggle just now in the dressing-room, talking to Waggle, his inseparable.

Bacchus is the divinity to whom Waggle devotes his especial worship.

Judge Priest's head began to waggle with little sidewise motions.

Speaking of the waggle, Mr. Travis is delightfully indefinite.

I am not aware that anybody has yet explained the reason for the waggle.

She did not have to waggle it much before Miss Minnie took notice of her.

Is it a crotchet or a quaver that has a waggle on the end of it?

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