Ubiquitous transverse oscillations observed in spicular waveguides, identified as the kink wave-mode had previously been reported along with periodic structural distortions of the flux tubes, observed as cross-sectional width and associated photometric variations. Previous studies identified these perturbations as the observed signatures of concurrent kink and sausage wave-modes. High-resolution Hα imaging-spectroscopy data from the CRisp Imaging SpectroPolarimeter at the Swedish Solar Telescope are used to analyze the off-limb spicular structures. For the first time, the evolution of the resultant transverse displacement of the flux-tube structure, estimated from the perpendicular velocity components, is analyzed along with longitudinal, cross-sectional width, photometric, and azimuthal shear/torsion variations. The pulse-like nonlinear kink wave-mode shows strong coupling with these observables, with a period-doubling, -tripling aspect, supported by mutual phase relations concentrated around 0° and +/- 180^\circ . The three-dimensional ensemble of the observed dynamical components revealed complexities pertinent to the accurate identification and interpretation of, e.g., linear/nonlinear, coupled/uncoupled magnetohydrodynamical wave-modes in spicules.