An urban dance, originating in the southeastern region on the US, in which dancers move their bodies about freely, giving the illusion that their limbs are flimsy like noodles
–verb (used without object)
to dance or move in a noodle-like way
to move in a noodle-like way in the presence of another object
–verb (used with object)
to move or lead in a noodle-like way
to fill (a period of time) with noodling (often fol. by away, through, etc.)
a person, animal, or thing that noodles, esp. as a dancer
considered as a person who can or does noodle or something that noodles
used for or as an aid in noodling
the act or action of a person or thing that noodles
I would like to extend an invitation to you to noodle.
You should go noodle that sign.
She noodled halfway across the street.
The young couple in love noodled the night away.
She is an expert noodler.
The girl watched the noodling race participant.
She's noodling proof that people can have fun no matter where they are.
She put on her noodling shoes and went out.
Noodling was the cause of her torn groin muscle.