a short, irregular curve or twist, as in writing or drawing.
verb (used without object), squiggled, squiggling.
to move in or appear as squiggles:
His handwriting squiggled across the page.
verb (used with object), squiggled, squiggling.
to form in or cause to appear as squiggles; scribble.
a mark or movement in the form of a wavy line; curlicue
an illegible scrawl
(intransitive) to wriggle
(intransitive) to form or draw squiggles
(transitive) to make into squiggles
noun, verb (used with object), squilgeed, squilgeeing. 1. squeegee. noun 1. a variant of squeegee
noun 1. the bulb of the sea onion, Urginea maritima, of the lily family, cut into thin slices and dried, and used in medicine chiefly as an expectorant. 2. the plant itself. 3. any related plant of the genus Scilla. noun 1. See sea squill 2. the bulb of the sea squill, formerly used medicinally […]
noun, verb (used with object), squillageed, squillageeing. 1. squeegee.