wriggled, past participle; wriggles, 3rd person singular present; wriggled, past tense; wriggling, present participle;
Twist and turn with quick writhing movements
he kicked and wriggled but she held him firmly
Cause to move in such a way
she wriggled her bare, brown toes
Move in a particular direction with wriggling movements
Susie wriggled out of her clothes
Avoid (something), esp. by devious means
don't try and wriggle out of your contract
A wriggling movement
she gave an impatient little wriggle
wiggle: the act of wiggling
writhe: to move in a twisting or contorted motion, (especially when struggling); "The prisoner writhed in discomfort"; "The child tried to wriggle free from his aunt's embrace"
(wriggling) wiggly: moving in a twisting or snake-like or wormlike fashion; "wiggly worms"
Les Wriggles is a French music group. The group's members are Christophe Gendreau, Stéphane Gourdon, Frédéric Volovitch. Until September 2006 the group had 5 members, Antoine Réjasse, and Franck Zerbib have left the group to pursue solo careers. ...
A wriggling movement; To slightly twist one's body and quickly move one's limbs; To cause to or make something wriggle