- twisting; writhing; squirming: a wriggly caterpillar.
- evasive; shifty: a wriggly character.
Origin of wriggly
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Examples from the Web for wriggly
Kit baited Kat's for her, because Kat said it made her all wriggly inside to do it.The Book of Stories for the Storyteller
Fanny E. Coe
What sort of horrible, wriggly thing are you saying, Phedro?Clair de Lune
In reality, it was a succession of wriggly marks which only a Moslem could read.The Ship Dwellers
Albert Bigelow Paine
But she could not catch the freckled girl, who was as wriggly as an eel.The Campfire Girls on Station Island
His gaze never shifted, his eyes never wavered—but I came away feeling all wriggly.Europe Revised
Irvin S. Cobb