And most of us felt compelled to find a witty repartee while trying to wriggle out of his clutches.
You can physicalize your desire to probe and to confront and not allow someone to wriggle out of things.
But the Brothers saw instantly that they could not wriggle out of these knots.
But being small Pee-wee was able to wriggle out of almost anything.
Nothing, said Evelyn, trying to wriggle out of her aunts grasp.
Bohm had tried to wriggle out of every clause in his contract.
He was therefore prepared to wriggle out of his awkward position.
But there it was, signed and stamped; and he did not see how you could wriggle out of it.
Teddy ate him up, the first fall, by a swift half Nelson, and a quicker recovery when Pelham tried to turn over and wriggle out.
When washed ashore she can wriggle out of her shell and swim away.
To avoid or evade something (1848+)