Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of wigwag.

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Examples

  • Some came up anxiously, actually hoping they might be the lucky one; while others were indifferent; because there had been an interesting programme laid out for that morning's work, and they should hate to miss the "wigwagging" with signal flags; as well as more of Allan's trail talks, which were so great.

    The Boy Scouts' First Camp Fire or, Scouting with the Silver Fox Patrol

  • Evers lifted his chin to frown curiously at Trace, the cigar wigwagging from his teeth.

    The Best Way to Lose

  • Evers lifted his chin to frown curiously at Trace, the cigar wigwagging from his teeth.

    The Best Way to Lose

  • Evers was grumbling sourly under his breath at the sink, the cigar wigwagging from his mouth.

    The Best Way to Lose

  • Evers was grumbling sourly under his breath at the sink, the cigar wigwagging from his mouth.

    The Best Way to Lose

  • Evers was grumbling sourly under his breath at the sink, the cigar wigwagging from his mouth.

    The Best Way to Lose

  • Evers was grumbling sourly under his breath at the sink, the cigar wigwagging from his mouth.

    The Best Way to Lose

  • Evers was grumbling sourly under his breath at the sink, the cigar wigwagging from his mouth.

    The Best Way to Lose

  • Evers lifted his chin to frown curiously at Trace, the cigar wigwagging from his teeth.

    The Best Way to Lose

  • Evers lifted his chin to frown curiously at Trace, the cigar wigwagging from his teeth.

    The Best Way to Lose

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