Adjective "squiggly" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈskwɪɡ(ə)li/

Definitions and examples

adjective

  1. 'The bündnerfleisch was well-paired with the cheese, which was shaved off the wheel into little squiggly slices somewhat resembling pencil shavings, of all things.'
  2. 'Watch for the blinking squiggly line and press a button when you see it.'

Definitions

1. a short, irregular curve or twist, as in writing or drawing. verb (used without object), squiggled, squiggling.

2. to move in or appear as squiggles: His handwriting squiggled across the page. verb (used with object), squiggled, squiggling.

3. to form in or cause to appear as squiggles; scribble.

More examples(as adjective)

"ropes can be squiggly."

"hookahs can be squiggly."

"hairs can be squiggly."

"dubvershs can be squiggly."

"designs can be squiggly."

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Origin

(squiggle)