verb (used without object), squig·gled, squig·gling.
verb (used with object), squig·gled, squig·gling.
Origin of squiggle
Examples from the Web for squiggle
One person draws a squiggle on a Post-It, the other tries to make it into something real.
I will remember the success trajectory is a squiggle ... not a straight line.
The heart is a five, the dot a zero, and backward sevens with one squiggle are twos.The Egyptian Cat Mystery|Harold Leland Goodwin
Word Origin for squiggle
1804, probably a blend of squirm and wriggle. Related: Squiggled; squiggling.
1902, from squiggle (v.).