- A short line that curls and loops in an irregular way: some prescriptions are a series of meaningless squigglesMore example sentences
- From simple lines to curves, squiggles and intricate designs - she creates endless patterns in no time.
- The line with squiggles on it was said to represent the laying of carpet.
- We had spent the last hour and a half trying to program our computer to make pretty patterns but all we got was a line, a squiggle and crashing computers.
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- 1Wriggle; squirm: a worm that squiggled in his palmMore example sentences
- He said: ‘I'm sick of the others wriggling and squiggling over it.’
- Looks like it squiggled down near that bench over there.
- Vanessa shrieked, bucking and squiggling, kicking and flailing.
- 1.1 [with object] Squeeze (something) from a tube so as to make irregular, curly lines on a surface.More example sentences
- I squiggled the soap and made it into cakes to give to Mr. Toot and Husky.
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- I snapped, irritated, and bent over this journal again, watching my hand shake as I scribbled a long squiggly line across the lined pages.
- I was always fascinated with the written word, even before I could read, and I must have recognised that there was something inherently magical about squiggly symbols organised in lines and packed together like corduroy.
- The bündnerfleisch was well-paired with the cheese, which was shaved off the wheel into little squiggly slices somewhat resembling pencil shavings, of all things.