Definition of waggly in English:


Line breaks: wag¦gly
Pronunciation: /ˈwaɡli

adjective (wagglier, waggliest)

Moving with quick short movements from side to side or up and down: a waggly tail
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  • That puppy in the window, the one with the waggly tail…
  • Upon arriving back at the hive, a bee with pollen-coated legs does a waggly dance for her fellow bees.
  • And sometimes, when I'm under stress I do this odd little waggly thing where I stretch the thumb and first finger of each hand out while curling the rest of my fingers under, and I jiggle said fingers and thumbs from side to side.

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