wabble


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wab·ble

 (wŏb′əl)
v. & n.
Variant of wobble.

wabble

(ˈwɒbəl)
vb, n
a variant spelling of wobble
ˈwabbler n
ˈwabbly adj

wabble


Past participle: wabbled
Gerund: wabbling

Imperative
wabble
wabble
Present
I wabble
you wabble
he/she/it wabbles
we wabble
you wabble
they wabble
Preterite
I wabbled
you wabbled
he/she/it wabbled
we wabbled
you wabbled
they wabbled
Present Continuous
I am wabbling
you are wabbling
he/she/it is wabbling
we are wabbling
you are wabbling
they are wabbling
Present Perfect
I have wabbled
you have wabbled
he/she/it has wabbled
we have wabbled
you have wabbled
they have wabbled
Past Continuous
I was wabbling
you were wabbling
he/she/it was wabbling
we were wabbling
you were wabbling
they were wabbling
Past Perfect
I had wabbled
you had wabbled
he/she/it had wabbled
we had wabbled
you had wabbled
they had wabbled
Future
I will wabble
you will wabble
he/she/it will wabble
we will wabble
you will wabble
they will wabble
Future Perfect
I will have wabbled
you will have wabbled
he/she/it will have wabbled
we will have wabbled
you will have wabbled
they will have wabbled
Future Continuous
I will be wabbling
you will be wabbling
he/she/it will be wabbling
we will be wabbling
you will be wabbling
they will be wabbling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been wabbling
you have been wabbling
he/she/it has been wabbling
we have been wabbling
you have been wabbling
they have been wabbling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been wabbling
you will have been wabbling
he/she/it will have been wabbling
we will have been wabbling
you will have been wabbling
they will have been wabbling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been wabbling
you had been wabbling
he/she/it had been wabbling
we had been wabbling
you had been wabbling
they had been wabbling
Conditional
I would wabble
you would wabble
he/she/it would wabble
we would wabble
you would wabble
they would wabble
Past Conditional
I would have wabbled
you would have wabbled
he/she/it would have wabbled
we would have wabbled
you would have wabbled
they would have wabbled
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References in classic literature ?
It was the iron clamp or prop on the pedestal, stuck on to keep the wretched image upright when it began to wabble, I suppose.
It was funny to see his broken jaw wabble as he said it.
It includes words such as lollygagging (spending time aimlessly), mumbudget (to keep quiet) and conny wabble (a mixture of eggs and brandy), the Daily Mail reported.