Definitions

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  • adverb With a motion that wriggles.

Etymologies

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wriggling +‎ -ly

Examples

  • He stopped suddenly, and quickly jerked up his rod, but not quite speedily enough, for he had the pleasure of seeing a fish slip wrigglingly off the hook.

    The Motor Girls

  • For the most part, the men with the feed-trough or the water-pail ignored her bounding and wrigglingly eager welcome as completely as though she were a part of the kennel furnishings.

    Bruce

  • With much effort Gavin managed to stroke the wrigglingly active head, and to say a reassuring word to his worshiper.

    Black Caesar's Clan : a Florida Mystery Story

  • Teddem so imitated Colonel Roosevelt, with two water-glasses for eye-glasses and a small hat-brush for mustache, that Mr. Wrenn was moved wrigglingly to exclaim: “Say, I’m going out and get some beer.

    Our Mr. Wrenn

  • But Teddem so imitated Colonel Roosevelt, with two water-glasses for eye-glasses and a small hat-brush for mustache, that Mr. Wrenn was moved wrigglingly to exclaim: "Say, I'm going out and get some beer.

    Our Mr. Wrenn, the Romantic Adventures of a Gentle Man

  • But Teddem so imitated Colonel Roosevelt, with two water-glasses for eye-glasses and a small hat-brush for mustache, that Mr. Wrenn was moved wrigglingly to exclaim: "Say, I'm going out and get some beer.

    Our Mr. Wrenn: The Romantic Adventures of a Gentle Man

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