wiggle en Ukrainien
v. гойдати, звиватися, совати
"We haven't had any yet," said the Marsh-wiggle.
He grabbed the halfling by the wrist and smashed his little hand onto the spike, wiggling it as the spike went through.
He was astounded at how much effort it took before the plate first wiggled and then pulled loose.
It had been slammed through with tremendous force, and he found he had to wiggle it up and down to free it.
They all say - I mean, the other wiggles all say-that I'm too flighty; don't take life seriously enough.
This phenomenon, catted polynomial wiggle, becomes more pronounced with higher-degree polynomials.
Well, bed is the adult sandbox-the place to giggle, wiggle, talk, and build fantasy castles.
Without turning round, Renate wiggled her bottom at him and displayed her naked back to its best advantage.
You can wiggle the mouse in circles and watch the arrow make spirals.
With a wet, plopping noise they struck the ground, wiggled grotesquely, and began to smoke.