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Waggle vs. Wiggle

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  • Waggle (verb)

    To move (something) with short, quick motions; to wobble.

  • Waggle (verb)

    To reel, sway, or move from side to side; to move with a wagging motion; to waddle.

  • Waggle (noun)

    A wobbling motion.

  • Waggle (noun)

    The preliminary swinging of the club head back and forth over the ball in the line of the proposed stroke.

  • Wiggle (verb)

    To move with irregular, back and forward or side to side motions; To shake or jiggle.

    "Her hips wiggle as she walks."

    "The jelly wiggles on the plate when you move it."

  • Wiggle (noun)

    A rapid movement in alternating opposite directions, not necessarily regular.

    "She walked with a sexy wiggle."

  • Wiggle (noun)

    An alternating state or characteristic.

  • Wiggle (noun)

    See wiggles.

Wiktionary
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  • Waggle (verb)

    To reel, sway, or move from side to side; to move with a wagging motion; to waddle.

  • Waggle

    To move frequently one way and the other; to wag; as, a bird waggles his tail.

  • Waggle (noun)

    A waggling or wagging;

  • Wiggle

    To move to and fro with a quick, jerking motion; to bend rapidly, or with a wavering motion, from side to side; to wag; to squirm; to wriggle; as, the dog wiggles his tail; the tadpole wiggles in the water.

  • Wiggle (noun)

    Act of wiggling; a wriggle.

Webster Dictionary
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  • Waggle (noun)

    causing to move repeatedly from side to side

  • Waggle (verb)

    move from side to side;

    "The happy dog wagged his tail"

  • Waggle (verb)

    move unsteadily or with a weaving or rolling motion

  • Wiggle (noun)

    the act of wiggling

  • Wiggle (verb)

    move to and fro;

    "Don't jiggle your finger while the nurse is putting on the bandage!"

Princeton's WordNet
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