Meaning of wriggly in English:


adjectivewrigglier, wriggliest

See wriggle

  • ‘It's a very wriggly baby… it was playing with its fingers and toes while we were watching, and opening/closing its mouth.’
  • ‘Each molecule is a bit like a tadpole: a large head, with a long, wriggly tail.’
  • ‘I watched one that had caught a particularly large and wriggly earthworm but couldn't manage to eat it.’
  • ‘When Smolen put his hand in the bag he found only a wriggly snake.’
  • ‘We're like a big burlap sack full of kittens, all wriggly and cuddly and helpless.’