Wrig Wrig, v. i. To wriggle. [Obs.] --Skelton. [1913 Webster]

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  • wrig — wrig·gler; wrig·gling·ly; wrig·gly; wrig·gle; …   English syllables

  • wrig — «rihg», intransitive verb, transitive verb, wrigged, wrig|ging. Obsolete or British Dialect. to wriggle. ╂[variant of wrick] …   Useful english dictionary

  • WRIG — Infobox Radio station name = WRIG city = Schofield, Wisconsin area = branding = Big Wrig 1390 slogan = Your Greatest Hits frequency = 1390 kHz airdate = share = 1.4, #14 share as of = Sp 06 share source = R R [cite news |title=Wausau Stevens… …   Wikipedia

  • wrig|gler — «RIHG luhr», noun. 1. a person who wriggles. 2. the larva of a mosquito …   Useful english dictionary

  • wrig|gle — «RIHG uhl», verb, gled, gling, noun. –v.i. 1. to twist and turn; squirm; wiggle: »Children wriggle when they are restless. 2. to move by twisting and turning: »A snake wriggled across the road. 3. Figurative. to make one s way by shifts and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • wrig|gly — «RIHG lee», adjective, gli|er, gli|est. twisting and turning …   Useful english dictionary

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  • wriggle — wrig|gle1 [ rıgl ] verb intransitive or transitive to move or make something move by twisting or turning quickly: She wriggled her toes in the thick soft carpet. wriggle out of (doing) something to avoid doing something: Don t try and wriggle out …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Wrigley, William,Jr. — Wrig·ley (rĭgʹlē), William, Jr. 1861 1932. American manufacturer who founded (1891) William Wrigley, Jr., Company, one of the world s largest chewing gum manufacturers. * * * …   Universalium

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