English to Igbo Meaning :: writhe

Writhe :
writhe
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Verb(1) To move in a twisting or contorted motion(2) (especially when struggling)(3) Contort; toss back and forth

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(1) She sobbed uncontrollably and Andriel could feel her body contort and writhe .(2) Bikini-clad dancers writhe onstage at a swinger's club in their best '80s music-video impersonation.(3) In the second act, Colker's sleek, scantily-clad dancers writhe seductively in and out of a clear plastic tank.(4) They are born artists: dancers who writhe rhythmically; musicians - singing intervals long before they speak language.(5) Evelyn's body writhed , trying to escape her sister's insane tickling motions.(6) She squirmed and writhed and twisted, genuinely this time, but she was small anyway, and Sarah was strong, and so she wasn't going anywhere.(7) A minute later, Whalen was down on the Value City arena court in Columbus, writhing with two broken bones in her right hand, her collegiate career probably finished.(8) City's top scorer raced onto Alex Calvo Garcia's misdirected header but as he went to shoot he was tackled simultaneously by Russ Wilcox and was left writhing in agony.(9) She squirmed, writhed , and wriggled, trying to evade the grip of those carrying her.(10) I twisted and twitched and writhed , but they wouldn't let me go.(11) She found great satisfaction in seeing him writhe in discomfort.(12) The dancers writhed , wrapped in yards of cloth on top of rostra that made them look like some kind of pole dancer.(13) There are players writhing around in agony yet television replays showed there was absolutely no contact.(14) Derek squirmed and writhed , trying to breathe.(15) Nodding in affirmation, Ex led her away from the pack and into the group of bodies writhing on the dance floor.(16) The man, however, is like a fish out of water, squirming and writhing .
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(1) writhe ::
writhe
Synonyms
Verb
1. squirm ::
squirm
2. wriggle ::
wriggle
3. thrash ::
thrash
4. flail ::
flail
5. toss ::
itulielu
6. toss and turn ::
amali elu ma na-atụgharị
7. twist ::
nje ọgụ
8. twist and turn ::
nje ọgụ na uzo
9. struggle ::
mgba
Different Forms
writhe, writhed, writhes, writhing
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