wagglingly

waggle

[wag-uhl]
verb (used without object), waggled, waggling.
1.
to wobble or shake, especially while in motion: The ball waggled slowly to a stop. The leaves of the tree waggled in the wind.
verb (used with object), waggled, waggling.
2.
to move up and down or from side to side in a short, rapid manner; wag: to waggle one's head.
3.
Golf. to make a waggle with (a golf club).
noun
4.
a waggling motion.
5.
Golf. a swinging movement made with a golf club to and fro over the ball prior to a stroke.

Origin:
1585–95; wag + -le

wagglingly, adverb
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waggle (ˈwæɡəl)
 
vb
1.  to move or cause to move with a rapid shaking or wobbling motion
 
n
2.  a rapid shaking or wobbling motion
 
[C16: frequentative of wag1]
 
'wagglingly
 
adv
 
'waggly
 
adj

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waggle
1440, frequentative of wag (v.). Cf. Du. waggelen "to waggle," O.H.G. wagon "to move, shake," Ger. wackeln "to totter."
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