- n causing to move repeatedly from side to side
- v move from side to side
- v move unsteadily or with a weaving or rolling motion
- On the "waggle dance" that a nectar-gathering honeybee does in the hive to alert others that there's an orange tree nearby: "She heads to the dance floor and does her waggle .
- Reported an eyewitness from the Big Four conference room: "Sometimes the boys waggle a finger at each other, but they aren't pounding any tables.
- A tall, handsome, debonair young golfer, with a job at the Waterloo Club at Brussels, Cotton plays without the characteristic nervous waggle of his British confreres, drives a .
- Brandon Browner in Canoe.ca
It's about 50-50. The way he comes off the line and gives that waggle motion is the hardest thing to defend with him,Browner said. "They give him a chance to move before the ball is snapped, so his momentum is already going forward."
- Willie Randolph in MLB.com
If you watch very closely, he doesn't really go from the [waggle] right into the swing. He actually stops before he swings,Randolph said. "So I don't think it's that."