Definitions

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  • adj. waggy, waggly; having a tendency to wag

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Examples

  • Well, this boy looked up, and he looked down, and he looked first to one side, and then to the other, and then -- flopsy-dub, and wiggily-waggily! if he didn't spy poor

    Buddy and Brighteyes Pigg Bed Time Stories

  • Brighteyes, who was looking at the fine view, and she toppled over, and then, wiggily-waggily, woggily-wee! they both tumbled down that steep hill, head over heels like Jack and Jill.

    Buddy and Brighteyes Pigg Bed Time Stories

  • It is one reason why your dog may be waggily waiting at the door even when you try to quietly sneak in at the workday’s end.

    INSIDE OF A DOG

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