There was a violent explosion, and the wriggler disappeared in a smear of dirty green.
I cannot understand whether he attacks me as a wriggler or a hammerer, but I am very sure that a deal of wriggling has to be done.
The wriggler has a great deal to do yet before turning into a frog.
The wriggler, although heavier than water, can hang suspended from the surface film by the tip of its breathing-tube.
Within a few days the wriggler changes its skin three times; after the third change it looks very different, and is called a pupa.
The q-b sat next to me, asking for this and that music, none of which the wriggler could supply.
This baby, like some other babies, is never quiet, but squirms and wriggles so that it is called a wriggler.
The last of these parts is in the form of a tube, through which the wriggler breathes.