squiggly


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squig·gle

 (skwĭg′əl)
n.
A small wiggly mark or scrawl.
intr.v. squig·gled, squig·gling, squig·gles
1. To squirm and wriggle.
2. To make squiggles.

[Perhaps blend of squirm and wiggle.]

squig′gly adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.squiggly - wavy and twisting
crooked - having or marked by bends or angles; not straight or aligned; "crooked country roads"; "crooked teeth"
Translations

squiggly

[ˈskwɪglɪ] ADJ [line] → garrapatoso

squiggly

[ˈskwɪgli] adj [line] → ondulé(e)

squiggly

adj (+er)schnörkelig; squiggly tailRingelschwanz m
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