Waggly - definition of waggly by The Free Dictionary
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v. wag·gled, wag·gling, wag·gles
To move (an attached part, for example) with short, quick motions: waggled her foot impatiently.
To move shakily; wobble: waggled down the steps.
[Middle English wagelen, frequentative of waggen; see wag1.]
wag•gly (ˈwæg li)
adj. -gli•er, -gli•est.
References in periodicals archive
The North East didn't feature in the Prime Minister's tweets about the Northern Powerhouse this week and maps currently show some vague waggly
lines heading up past York and then the maps go blank.
It's a cross between Harry Potter and - with that waggly
tuft when Mr Majeika did magic - the Teletubbies.
The kids may be desperate (my eldest daughter keeps sneakily adding 'Buy a dog' in my diary) but I'm just window shopping for one with a waggly
It's six metres long, it's bolted to the top of a stretch limousine and it's got a lovely little waggly