Definition of 'wiggly'
Example sentences containing 'wiggly'
He was a little, round, wiggly baby whose parents had just spread out a towel next to ours and plopped him down on it.MY BABYSITTER BITES BACK (2002)
She decided they were wiggly, screamy little monkeys, who had not been taught to mind their manners.ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2002)
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