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squiggle

noun [C] uk   /ˈskwɪɡ.l̩/ us  
a short line that has been written or drawn and that curves and twists in a way that is not regular: His signature was an illegible squiggle at the bottom of the page.
squiggly
adjective uk   /-l̩.i/ us  
squiggly lines
Translations of “squiggle”
in Chinese (Traditional) (寫或畫的)彎彎曲曲的短線條…
in Russian загогулина, закорючка…
in Turkish eğri büğrü çizgi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (写或画的)弯弯曲曲的短线条…
in Polish zawijas…
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