Definitions for wiggleˈwɪg əl
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wiggle, wriggle, squirm(verb)
the act of wiggling
jiggle, joggle, wiggle(verb)
move to and fro
"Don't jiggle your finger while the nurse is putting on the bandage!"
A wiggling movement.
She walked with a sexy wiggle.
To move with irregular, back and forward or side to side motions; To shake or jiggle.
Origin: wiglen, possibly from or
to move to and fro with a quick, jerking motion; to bend rapidly, or with a wavering motion, from side to side; to wag; to squirm; to wriggle; as, the dog wiggles his tail; the tadpole wiggles in the water
act of wiggling; a wriggle
Origin: [Cf. Wag, v. t., Waggle.]
Wiggle is the fourth studio album by the American punk rock band Screeching Weasel. It was released on January 15, 1993 through Lookout! Records. Their previous album, My Brain Hurts, had seen a sharp rise in the band's popularity and a shift in sound towards mid-tempo pop songs. With Wiggle, the band shifted gears yet again. Though several tracks retained the catchy, pop-punk sound, many others saw the band venturing into experiments with New Wave and some of the harder-edged sounds of the early albums. Another major change was the amount of collaboration in songwriting. Rather than Ben Weasel being the sole author of the majority of the songs, Wiggle features a few credited to the entire band, one by guitarist Danny Vapid, and a couple with bassist Johnny Personality. In addition to this, there are three songs co-written by Joe King of The Queers, which were also recorded by his band. The album received mixed reviews. Many expected a continuation of the previous album and were surprised by the experimentation and harder-edged production. Since its initial release, many of the songs have come to be regarded as the band's best. Others have not held up so well over time. The band has voiced some regrets about the recording of the album, which allowed each member a voice in the mixing of specific songs and resulted in a less cohesive sound. There have also been regrets about the songs chosen for the album in recent years.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
wig′l, v.i. (prov.) to waggle, wriggle.—n. a wiggling motion.—n. Wigg′ler, one who wriggles.
The numerical value of wiggle in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of wiggle in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Wiggle Your Toes is a new family for us, and a new support group— and not just a support group, but they are our friends now.
It's easier to cut than to redeploy, the companies have very little wiggle room, there is no room for error. You miss you're dead.
This (denial) still leaves a fair bit of wiggle room in terms of communication and is not as hawkish as first read of headline would suggest.
This is going to be about the Fed's next move when they meet next week and gives them a little bit more room to wiggle as far as not being in the camp of rising rates.
The Russians are basically trying to wiggle out of Geneva, so it is the question of he can stay: it's a red line for all the Gulf Cooperation Council. Absolutely a red line. This is something that won't be a negotiable issue.
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- wackeln, schwänzeln, schlängelnGerman
- menear, contonearSpanish
- hytinä, hytistä, hytke, tutisuttaa, tutista, hytkyttää, hytkyä, tytistä, hytisyttää, tutina, hyllyäFinnish
- ringatózik, hullámzik, ficánkol, ringHungarian
- vrikke, vrikkNorwegian
- rebolado, rebolarPortuguese
- покачивать, раскачиваться, покачиваниеRussian
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