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To move rapidly in talking. Used of the tongue.
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  1. To move rapidly in talking. Used of the tongue.
  2. To move (a body part) rapidly from side to side or up and down, as in playfulness, agreement, or admonition:
  3. To cause (something fastened or held at one end) to move rapidly and repeatedly back and forth, from side to side, or up and down
To exert influence or control over:
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  1. To exert influence or control over:
  2. (Old Poet.) To rule; reign; hold sway
  3. (Nautical) To hoist (a mast or yard) into position.
(Intransitive, rare) To shake the body as if dancing the shimmy.
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  1. (Intransitive, rare) To shake the body as if dancing the shimmy.
  2. (Intransitive) To vibrate abnormally, as a broken wheel.
  3. To climb something (e.g. a pole) gradually (e.g. using alternately one's arms then one's legs.)
To cause (an electric current or appliance) to begin or cease operation:
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  1. To cause (an electric current or appliance) to begin or cease operation:
  2. To whip or beat with or as with a switch
  3. To connect, disconnect, or divert (an electric current) by operating a switch.
To move (the tongue) in talking, esp. in idle or malicious gossip
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  1. To move (the tongue) in talking, esp. in idle or malicious gossip
  2. To move rapidly in talking. Used of the tongue.
  3. To cause (something fastened or held at one end) to move rapidly and repeatedly back and forth, from side to side, or up and down
To signal (a person) by using the hand to move in a specified direction:
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  1. To signal (a person) by using the hand to move in a specified direction:
  2. To move or swing (something) as a signal; motion with (the hand, arms, etc.)
  3. To signal by moving a hand, arm, light, etc. to and fro
To fall in torrents:
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  1. To fall in torrents:
  2. To shape or break by repeated blows; forge:
  3. To emit sound when struck:
To move or sway while fixed at one edge or corner; flutter:
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  1. To move or sway while fixed at one edge or corner; flutter:
  2. To fly or try to fly by flapping the wings
  3. To move back and forth or up and down as in beating the air, usually with some noise
To flutter.
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  1. To flutter.
  2. To move about rapidly and nimbly
  3. To move quickly from one condition or location to another
To drop or lay (something) down heavily and noisily:
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  1. To drop or lay (something) down heavily and noisily:
  2. In certain poker games, to have attained (a hand) as a result of the first three community cards that are dealt face up at the same time:
  3. (Photoengraving) To turn (a film negative) face down before exposure to a metal plate, in order to create a desired mirror image
To wave or vibrate rapidly and irregularly
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  1. To wave or vibrate rapidly and irregularly
  2. To move or fall in a manner suggestive of tremulous flight:
  3. To wave or flap rapidly in an irregular manner:
To signal by moving a hand, arm, light, etc. to and fro
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  1. To signal by moving a hand, arm, light, etc. to and fro
  2. To cause to move back and forth or up and down, either once or repeatedly:
  3. To move or swing (something) as a signal; motion with (the hand, arms, etc.)
To form into squiggles
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  1. To form into squiggles
  2. To move with a squirming motion; wriggle
  3. To squirm and wriggle.
To twist in discomfort, especially from shame or embarrassment.
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  1. To twist in discomfort, especially from shame or embarrassment.
  2. (Figuratively) To move in a slow, irregular motion.
  3. To show or feel distress, as from painful embarrassment, humiliation, etc.
To move or cause to move with short, jerky or twisting motions from side to side; wriggle shakily or sinuously
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  1. To move or cause to move with short, jerky or twisting motions from side to side; wriggle shakily or sinuously
  2. To cause to move back and forth with quick irregular motions:
  3. To move or proceed with a twisting or turning motion; wriggle:
A destructive computer program that copies itself over and over until it fills all of the storage space on a computer's hard drive or on a network.
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  1. A destructive computer program that copies itself over and over until it fills all of the storage space on a computer's hard drive or on a network.
  2. Any of various invertebrate animals having a soft, long body that is round or flattened and usually lacks limbs. The term worm is used variously to refer to the segmented worms (or annelids, such as the earthworm), roundworms (or nematodes), flatworms (or platyhelminths), and various other groups.
  3. To move in a manner suggestive of a worm.
To bring into a specified condition, form, etc. by wriggling
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  1. To bring into a specified condition, form, etc. by wriggling
  2. To move or proceed with writhing motions:
  3. To move to and fro with a twisting, writhing motion; twist and turn; squirm
To make twisting or turning movements; contort the body, as in agony; squirm
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  1. To make twisting or turning movements; contort the body, as in agony; squirm
  2. To cause to twist or turn; contort
  3. To move with a twisting or contorted motion:
Find another word for waggle. In this page you can discover 24 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for waggle, like: wag, play back and forth, sway, shimmy, wiggle, switch, wag, wave, beat, flap and flitter.