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44 examples of  waggle  in sentences

44 examples of waggle in sentences

I can see them over "Manfrone; or the One-handed Monk," the room dark, the street silent, the hour ten, the tall, red, lurid candlewick waggling down, the flame flickering pale upon Miss Caroline's pale face as she read out, and lighting up honest Becky's goggling eyes, who sat silent, her work in her lap; she had not done a stitch of it for an hour.

Which is it that it is, that you should be worrying the life out of this croupy infant of liberty, as is hardly able to waggle its head, barring all hope that it will ever get upon its pins and take its 'constitutional' like other mortals in distress?

I think myself that my member's mind waggled.

He sank back upon his pillows and waggled feeble hands, while his respect for Liane grew by bounds.

I got a wife and family to support, and they's enough trouble running a hotel without picking up any more by letting yore tongue waggle too much.

We'll show 'em all yet, won't we, Cuter old settler?" Cuter old settler waggled his ears.

Gussie's reply was to waggle his eyebrows.

She waggled with her tail, And nodded with her head.

She waggled with her tail, And nodded with her head, As little Jenny Wren Was sitting by the shed.

The Persimmon waggled his bullet head slowly from side to side.

V. be agitated &c; shake; tremble, tremble like an aspen leaf; quiver, quaver, quake, shiver, twitter, twire^, writhe, toss, shuffle, tumble, stagger, bob, reel, sway, wag, waggle; wriggle, wriggle like an eel; dance, stumble, shamble, flounder, totter, flounce, flop, curvet, prance, cavort

Oh! ALL [Waggling their bodies as if about to fly.]

" The boy-soldier whispered an answer and waggled his head despondently.

Mortal man cannot conceive of the delicate shades of sentiment expressible by a dog's tail, unless he has studied the subjectthe wag, the waggle, the cock, the droop, the slope, the wriggle!

Now the sons of men marry the daughters of heaven, and the offspring is Wiggle, Waggle, Windbag, and Redtape.

The children, who also had their gourds before them, were obliged to defend the contents valiantly; for at one moment a hen would peck something out, and, at the next, a dog would run off with a bit, or sometimes even a little pig would waggle up, and invariably give a most contented grunt when it had not performed the journey for nothing.

o' his'n, an' waggled his tail, an' then he set off an' capered round till he come bunt up ag'inst the boards.

" I did the best I could, but the gun waggled to and fro like a cock's tail on a rainy day.

Even a Brigadier-General with red tabs, on his way to Whitehall, looks pathetically humble waggling his cane at a 'bus.

" Nae sooner had I spoken the word, than the twa, looking round the shop, spied the beastie sitting upon the shelf girning at them, and putting out his tongue, and wiggle-waggling his walking-stick ower his left elbow, as if he had been playing upon the fiddle.

He sat looking at Terry, and waggling his head in time to the music.

Don't waggle your head L ike a blundering, sleepy old cow!

Dat why I waggle my head at Zenas to say nuffin' back.

They addressed the ball ceremoniously, waggled the club at it, first soothingly, then with distinct menace, looked up to frown at a spot far down the fairway, looked back, exhaled the breath, and drove.

The ball of Wilbur went low and straight and far, but the shot was prefaced, apparently, by no nice adjustment of the feet or by any preliminary waggles of the club.

No, no, one need not absolutely and openly defy convention, I perceive, in order to follow after one's own thinking," says Manuel, shrewdly, and waggling a gray beard.

The jolliest looking of all the warriors came thereafter, with a dwarfish body and very short legs; he had a huge black-bearded head, a flat nose, and his tongue hung from his mouth and waggled as he moved.

Receiving no reply beyond a wink and a waggle, he dropped his blue pencil, rose, and went to the table sacred to litter; and from a wild welter of books, pipes, papers, golf-balls, hats, cigar-boxes, dog-collars, switches, cartridges and other sediment, he extracted a large gilt-edged card and studied it without enthusiasm or bias.

Beneath her arm, a restive captive, waggled and slipped a scarcely valuable umbrella.

n the ciborium, retiring then from wave to wave, gracefully waggling their little tails.

Am I, then, a person to be hoodwinked by the first big-bosomed huzzy that elects to waggle her fat shoulders and to grant an assignation in a forest expressly designed for stabbings?

I was used, by that time, to havin' the hoose break into laughter at the first wee waggle o' my kilt, but that nicht it was awfu' still.

They laughed frae the moment I first waggled my kilt at them, before I did more than laugh as I came oot to walk aroond.

But they'll laughthey'll laugh at the way I walk, I suppose, and at the waggle o' ma kilts.

There was a tiger in papier-mรขchรฉ on the glass case that covered, the low countera grave, kind-eyed tiger that waggled his head in a methodical manner; there were several crystal spheres, a china hand holding magic cards, a stock of magic fish-bowls in various sizes, and an immodest magic hat that shamelessly displayed its springs.

Very probably there was not a thought in the book that had been put in with his old complacent waggle of the head.

" This time she pulled her lips to a smile, waggling her forefinger.

He caught bottle and hand together, let them go with a quick flip of the rawhide and waggled his head in apology.

The head only grinned and waggled pleasantly, as it had been through a horse-collar at Dantzig fair.

"'I'm a-looking at you, Joe,' he ses, and he waggled his 'ead as if it was made of india-rubber.

WAGGLES says they're not like the Grand Junction, as creeps sewer-like through our parks; Well, WAGGLES may sniff; I'm not sure, up to now, mate, as Venice means larks. '

WAGGLES says they're not like the Grand Junction, as creeps sewer-like through our parks; Well, WAGGLES may sniff; I'm not sure, up to now, mate, as Venice means larks. '

He was shaking so that the fur cap, which was too large for his head, waggled up and down over his eye in a ludicrous manner.

And it's dead in linethem old bucks don't waggle their hands permiskus when they talk.