- v. Simple past tense and past participle of wiggle.
“Call wiggled for nearly half the distance, the pain in his leg growing more terrible with every movement.”
“That one kind of wiggled in there," said Mr. Dickey, who gave up two runs in 8 1/3 innings, getting a no-decision in the Mets '3-2, 14-inning victory Wednesday at enclosed Minute Maid Park.”
“Insurance companies have kind of wiggled about this.”
“The comb was then brought out, and her mop of red-gold hair was assisted to fall in wet spirals all over her lovely head, which always "wiggled" too much for any more formal style of hair-dressing.”
“Particles 'wiggled' at undulator magnets emit stronger X-rays.”
“But Young had also noticed that the snakes 'wiggled' their heads just before letting fly.”
“But Young had also noticed that the snakes "wiggled" their heads just before letting fly.”
“John said they "wiggled" a little bit on the line, but he was able to reel them in with the help of his grandfather, Mark Millette, also of Moosup.”
“Then, one day with nothing better to do, I took out the lens and using tweezers "wiggled" each of the contacts in a circular motion.”
“As the stock market wiggled this week in anticipation of Mr. Bernanke's speech, the Fed chairman took a few days before the conference to relax in the Grand Tetons.”
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There was an old lady who swallowed a fly.
I don't know why she swallowed that fly,
Perhaps she'll die.
There was an old lady who swallowed a spider,
That wiggled and...
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