from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Excited, eccentric, or crazy, especially in reaction to something: "Movies invariably get wiggy when they deal with adultery” ( Ty Burr).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Crazy.
- adj. Uninhibited.
- adj. Wiglike.
And for the record, I will NEVER get "wiggy" on ya, no way, no how!
Alice is, in its own way, just as wiggy, if a lot higher-budget.
Not only soulful Rebecca, but also wiggy blonde Katie.
The wiggy 60s gnarl emanating from the speakers does not sound incomplete, however.
When that happens and I'm in a wiggy mood, I'll see if people want to play.
One visitor demands a "tiggy wiggy little drinkie-poo".
And invariably the villain had a wiggy fixation on the house of the book's title
Feathered friends also makes twice the product that tool wiggy makes.
I might be a ROBOT actually though lately my program has gotten a bit wiggy and sometimes I get a little teary though i usually am opposed to that sort of thing as you know
And no, not with me, don't get all wiggy out there.
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