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  • n. Plural form of squiggler.

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Examples

  • The Easter Road side have a habit of making life difficult for Celtic and John Rankin will no doubt have been busy practicing his 'squigglers'.

    British Blogs

  • Come bumble-footed ones, dust squigglers, furry ripplers, inchers and squirmers humble in gray and brown, find out our secret places, devour our hearts, measure us, geometer, with your curved teeth!

    katha pollit | moth « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • At the time thinking they were no more than producers of library music with a thing for eight-limbed squigglers, I memorized the name and that was that.

    Cokemachineglow.com

  • dust squigglers, furry ripplers, inchers and squirmers humble in gray and brown, find out our secret places, devour our hearts, measure us, geometer, with your curved teeth!

    The New Yorker

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