Wiggling sentence examples

  • Wiggling through the small opening, she turned and pulled the sash back down.

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  • Wiggling her toes in the plushest carpet she'd ever felt, she leaned against the window sill, exhausted yet wired.

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  • pert little bottom wiggling its stuff.

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  • wiggle prevents the baby from wiggling down under the covers, helping to avoid the risk of suffocation.

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  • wiggle're sort of wiggling up ahead in the space that the rest of the creature is going to occupy.

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  • Wait until your puppy runs up to you and starts wiggling his butt.

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  • wiggles all wiggling around in claw shapes, like you're trying to scare the computer into doing what you want.

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  • Some people learn ways out of it, such as wiggling one toe, or just lying back and waiting for it to pass.

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  • Just beyond this is Salter 's Lode Sluice and Well Creek wiggling away to the top of picture.

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  • Hands all wiggling around in claw shapes, like you 're trying to scare the computer into doing what you want.

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  • Extend your arms out either side of you until you can no longer see your fingers wiggling out of the corners of your eyes.

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  • This prevents the baby from wiggling down under the covers, helping to avoid the risk of suffocation.

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  • They 're sort of wiggling up ahead in the space that the rest of the creature is going to occupy.

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  • If wiggling is detected, it's essential that you move on to another table saw.

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  • Actually, the white wiggling part is just a segment that breaks to form a new worm, rather than the original worm itself, but that's probably more than you ever wanted to know.

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  • If you see a cat that is crouched low to the ground with his rear end wiggling, chances are he is getting ready to pounce.

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  • Apply a coat of the mascara by starting at the base of the lid, and wiggling the wand upwards to the tip.

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  • If you don't like dancing, but you still remember the fun of wiggling as a child, get a hula hoop and start hooping.

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  • The mounting where the metal meets the lenses could cause the hole to widen over time, leaving you with wiggling lenses that make it hard to focus.

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  • Wiggling the tail provided Mario with brief flying capabilities too.

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  • The parent must check the child's skin with a flashlight during the night and the first thing in the morning and look for white, wiggling threads.

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  • Occasionally a wiggling worm may be seen on the surface of a stool.

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  • Although Shakira does a lot of hip wiggling on stage with her versions of belly dancing, there aren't that many opportunities to see the singer in a bikini.

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  • Once her mommy or daddy changes her, the baby becomes happy again, wiggling and giggling.

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  • The important thing is that it can give you firm support without wiggling about.

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  • From the time a baby reaches out to grasp a flailing appendage only to realize that the wiggling, pink thing in front of his face is actually his own foot, children are learning what it is to be human.

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  • wiggle people learn ways out of it, such as wiggling one toe, or just lying back and waiting for it to pass.

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  • wiggle beyond this is Salter's Lode Sluice and Well Creek wiggling away to the top of picture.

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  • wigglend your arms out either side of you until you can no longer see your fingers wiggling out of the corners of your eyes.

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