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waggle

To move an airplane's wings up and down while in flight, usually for giving a signal. It is done by making short oscillations about the longitudinal axis.
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The effect, a sort of mass groping toward the speaker, alarmed Hightower, who waggled his fingers at some friends after his talk and asked, "What's this?
He grabbed my leg and just walked me to the corner of the ring and I knew at any given point he could have snapped my ankle, but instead he just dropped me on my face and kinda waggled his penis in front of me," he added.
I took the parking ticket, waggled it in the face of the supermarket manager and gently reminded him of the thousands of pounds I spend with him every year.
It was so successful that he's written another entitled Why Handel Waggled his Wig.
I recall being anxious myself when doing a broadcast from the BBC years ago and Jim dropped his trousers and waggled his ass at me as I tried to deliver a po-faced link
Soon we were in a corral, up to our stirrups in cattle, and they slowly rose, stamped, lowed, waggled their heads (many of which were topped with nasty-looking horns common to this Brahma-mix breed).