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- v. Present participle of scriggle.
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And when you find the truck bed covered with white, scriggling maggots you know the flies got to your grouse wings, so you tear open the ripped trash bag full of said wings, dump the paper bags containing each barrelful of wings on the dirt driveway and begin shaking the maggots out.
Still, it might be better to slip away unrecognized, and, thinking it would be nice to scriggle by him and disappear in the mist, she made a tactical error in her scriggling, for she scriggled full into the light that streamed from the open door where Captain Puffin was standing.
The instinct of the serpent which Moses lifted up on a pole, would have been to come scriggling down, and go about biting the Israelites, instead of staying up on the pole, to be looked at for their healing. "