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wiggly

[ wig-lee ]
/ ˈwɪg li /
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adjective, wig·gli·er, wig·gli·est.
wiggling: a wiggly child.
undulating; wavy: a wiggly line.
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Origin of wiggly

First recorded in 1900–05; wiggle + -y1
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