wig·gle / ˈwigəl/ • v. move or cause to move up and down or from side to side with small rapid movements: [tr.] Stasia wiggled her toes | [intr.] my tooth was wiggling around. ∎ (wiggle out of) avoid (something), esp. by devious means: they’re trying to wiggle out of their agreement.• n. a wiggling movement: a slight wiggle of the hips. ∎ a deviation in a line: a wiggle on a chart.PHRASES: get a wiggle on inf. get moving; hurry.DERIVATIVES: wig·gly / ˈwig(ə)lē/ adj. (-gli·er, -gli·est) .