squiggle

  1. a short twisting line
  2. an illegible scrawl

Squiggle

• (v. i.) To shake and wash a fluid about in the mouth with the lips closed. • (v. i.) To move about like an eel; to squirm.
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squiggle

curlicue noun a short twisting line
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Squiggle

Squig'gle intransitive verb [ Confer Prov. English swiggle to drink greedily, to shake liquor in a close vessel, and English sqig .] To shake and wash a fluid about in the mouth with the lips closed. [ Prov. Eng.] Forby.
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Squiggle

Squiggle is British slang for a signature.
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squiggle

[n] - a short twisting line 2. [n] - an illegible scrawl
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