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He must hold himself ever in readiness to wiggle-waggle in the perpetual Simon-says-thumbs-up game which his crowd is playing.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
They were twenty small red demons rather like Billy, and the same number of tiny skeletons, all with waggle-some hands and feet.
WINONA OF THE CAMP FIREMARGARET WIDDEMER
The men dance in a circle, stamping the time; the women waggle round and round the circle, outside it.
THE MATABELE CAMPAIGNR. S. S. BADEN-POWELL
There he goes, round and round—and now he's asleep—and now he begins to reel—wiggle-waggle—-down he tumbles!
ODD VOLUMEVARIOUS
Away she darted a few steps, to whirl and point and waggle a finger at the dumfounded youth.
THE IRON FURROWGEORGE C. SHEDD
You must waggle the club back and forth seven times before you dare to swing it, and then chances are you don't get anywhere!
FORE!CHARLES EMMETT VAN LOAN
Yu' might say the whole year's strength flows hearty in every waggle of your thumb.
Very probably there was not a thought in the book that had been put in with his old complacent waggle of the head.
TOMMY AND GRIZELJ.M. BARRIE
The sage made answer, "Because the dog is bigger than the tail; else the tail would waggle the dog."
MOON LORETIMOTHY HARLEY
Yozhov became thoughtful, not ceasing to turn his whole body and to waggle his head.
FOMA GORDYEFFMAXIM GORKY

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