from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A small wiggly mark or scrawl.
- intransitive verb To squirm and wriggle.
- intransitive verb To make squiggles.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To shake a fluid about in the mouth with the lips closed.
- To move about like an eel; squirm; wriggle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb Low, U.S. To move about like an eel; to squirm.
- intransitive verb Prov. Eng. To shake and wash a fluid about in the mouth with the lips closed.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun a
short twistingor wiggling lineor mark
- noun informal the
- noun an
- verb to
- verb to make a squiggle
- verb to
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun an illegible scrawl
- noun a short twisting line
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
He is referring to the squiggle of shiny plastic detail filled with coloured ink.
No first name, unless the squiggle was a first name.
As I told you, I looked at that insane diagram with the squiggle to one side and I knew the diagram was me and the squiggle was a question mark.
I finshed it up by quilting a basic cross-hatch into the basket and then a kind of squiggle into the flowers - to give the impression of stems, if you see what I mean.
He says there was a different kind of squiggle for every word and they used to write whole books in squiggles.
A shapeless squiggle which is utterly unlike your normal signature, but which is, nevertheless, all you are able to produce when asked formally to identify yourself.
Steve- If I were looking at Juckes’ blue squiggle and your blue squiggle on an oscilloscope, I would conclude that your squiggle was a bandwidth limited version of Juckes’ squiggle – that is, the high frequency content is more smoothed in your squiggle.
Winning off 139, he has still got some way to go to match Voy Por Ustedes in the 170s, and with the Timeform 'squiggle' still arched over the Twiston-Davies yard, he is not attractive enough to risk at 7 / 1.
For example, see a color, squiggle, meaning of a squiggle, and / or hear a key word or phrase?
But hay is better than a net, 'cept that it tickles you, "and Bunny took from his neck some pieces of dried grass that made him wiggle, and" squiggle, "as