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squiggle (ˈskwɪɡəl)
1.  a mark or movement in the form of a wavy line; curlicue
2.  an illegible scrawl
3.  (intr) to wriggle
4.  (intr) to form or draw squiggles
5.  (tr) to make into squiggles
[C19: perhaps a blend of squirm + wiggle]

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