waggle


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Synonyms for waggle

to move to and fro vigorously and usually repeatedly

to move (one's arms or wings, for example) up and down

to move or proceed with short irregular motions up and down or from side to side

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causing to move repeatedly from side to side

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move from side to side

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move unsteadily or with a weaving or rolling motion

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Scouts reporting on a possible nest site use the basic rules of the waggle dance foragers use to describe flower locations.
To celebrate the season of lazy picnics and long warm evenings, Waggle Dance has teamed up with the Sunday Mercury to give one lucky reader the chance to win their own weight in this delicious tipple.
Registration is free but participants are encouraged to fundraise for the animals by creating personal web pages through the Wiggle Waggle Walk website and asking family and friends for donations.
It settles into a rhythm, "Bleep, bleep, bleep, bleep", I think, "That bird sounds just like my bedside alarm", Then comes a slow and sad awareness: we're asleep, We go for one final flit around Notre Dame, At last I manage to open one eye somehow, I waggle a toe, this will have to do for now.
Festival organisers are presenting Eggmen and Boom Boom's Waggle Dance at three venues across the city centre on the evening of May 15.
I needed to waggle my hips in exaggerated style to rpace.
The maker of critically acclaimed K-12 texts and interactive digital tools, Triumph Learning, has announced the launch of Waggle, a web-based learning platform that creates a smart practice environment to help students in grades 3-8 gear up for assessments.
The angle the waggle is performed at communicates the position of the flower relative to the sun, while the duration of the waggle tells nest mates how far away the flower is from the hive.
The on-screen action is similar to Guitar Hero but, instead of scrolling colour-coded icons, you waggle the Wiimote left, right, down or forward in time to music.
If you want to have a waggle with the new MAP poles, and the new Polestar and Superteam poles from Shakespeare, they will be on display at the TCF Showcase at Stoneleigh at the end of April.
While doing their experiments on bees flying to and from feeders, Menzel and his colleagues tested the communication power of the waggle dance, one of the most famous bits of honeybee science.
Young's Brewery is exploring new ways to encourage consumer sampling with a Waggle Dance Shop on eBay.
The QB then takes two steps back and fakes the waggle or bootleg.
There are three dances: the round dance, the sickle dance (used only by the Italian race of mellifera), the waggle dance.
Computer opponents will try to psych out their opposition before teeing off, and a well-played hole can result in a smug look, a gleeful giggle or a waggle of the finger.