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How to use wriggly in a sentence
Writhing reflects the hose taking on a wriggly shape, like that of a Slinky, or in a more extreme case becoming coiled.An Unexpected Twist Lights Up the Secrets of Turbulence | David H. Freedman | September 3, 2020 | Quanta Magazine
Little wriggly arms, you look like you have a strong stomach, so you take the middle.The Jewels of Aptor | Samuel R. Delany
And some dolphins, all covered with silver, kept racing with us and leaping clear out of the water, like wriggly bits of fire.The Honorable Percival | Alice Hegan Rice
She was nursing the disreputable little downy quilt which she called wriggly and much preferred to any of her dolls.Danger! and Other Stories | Arthur Conan Doyle
The three little figures all knelt on the rug, Baby still cuddling her wriggly.Danger! and Other Stories | Arthur Conan Doyle
Lovely wet shining wriggly fellows; all the varieties of the fishmonger's slab and more.