- v. present participle of squiggle.
“The fundamental components of any literary articulation — as a babbling in sound or a squiggling in ink — are phonemes or graphemes, verbal or visual figurae.”
“With more energy than expertise, the Yaps suffered many disasters -- the most devastating in 1989 when flooding flushed many thousands of fish out of their ponds and sent them squiggling toward the Straits of Jahor.”
“Locals consider it unsafe to eat casu marzu once the larvae have died, so it is served while the translucent white worms, about one-third of an inch long, are still squiggling.”
“Worried about losing track, I started drawing a genealogical chart after a few chapters, but it was futile: a tangle of names and squiggling lines.”
“Mr. Lloyd's playing on tenor and, on one track, alto saxophone is breathy and ribbon-like when squiggling to or from a melodic line; firmly formed yet transparent, like the surface of a pool, on long tones.”
“I have no firm evidence of McCain skullduggery, but I can see plenty of suspiciously fortuitous timing, squirming, squiggling, and on again off again events.”
“He rounded the cabin to where the land sloped away less aggressively with breaks that might look like paths squiggling between swatches of pines that stair-stepped down the mountain.”
“So after cleaning up the mess, wiping a squiggling bottom, then wrangling Boo into some clothes, I headed back to the shower.”
“Strange not to have someone small squiggling around and kicking my belly ever again, but still the right thing for us.”
“Don stopped him and continued squiggling furiously.”
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