waggling; unsteady.

Nearby words

  1. waggish,
  2. waggishly,
  3. waggle,
  4. waggle dance,
  5. waggler,
  6. waggon,
  7. wagner,
  8. wagner act,
  9. wagner von jauregg,
  10. wagner, honus

Origin of waggly

First recorded in 1890–95; waggle + -y1

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Examples from the Web for waggly

  • They look like bundles of grey fluff, with crooked legs and waggly necks.

    Pond and Stream|Arthur Ransome