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

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Lying flat, she began slowly and cautiously to wriggle out across the surface of the quaking bog.
THREE MARGARETSLAURA E. RICHARDS
"Well, I'm going to dry my things," and he began to wriggle out of his knitted blue guernsey.
CARETTE OF SARKJOHN OXENHAM
It seemed an age before I could open it and wriggle out of the bag.
THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN BOYA. RUSSELL (ALEXANDER RUSSELL) BOND
Sir Leslie tried all he could to wriggle out of it, but in vain.
A LOST LEADERE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
It had been a very difficult corner to wriggle out of, all because Braine had added to his plans after she had left the apartment.
Just exactly how the Government would manage to wriggle out of their promise was a matter of excited speculation.
MY OWN STORYEMMELINE PANKHURST
The warmth of Peg's pocket revived the seemingly dead eels, and they began to wriggle out to enjoy a little fresh air.
He sat pulling nervously at a neatly trimmed brown beard, trying to wriggle out of the dilemma into which Hal put him.
KING COALUPTON SINCLAIR
Still prone, he began to wriggle out of his clothes, and pulling up his legs, to unlace his boots and kick them off.
As they elongate they move more vigorously till on the second or third day they wriggle out of the jelly surrounding them.

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