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also wab·ble (wŏb′əl)
v. wob·bled, wob·bling, wob·bles also wab·bled or wab·bling or wab·bles
1. To move or rotate with an uneven or rocking motion or unsteadily from side to side.
2. To tremble or quaver: The child's voice wobbled with emotion.
3. To waver or vacillate in one's opinions or feelings.
To cause to wobble.
1. The act or an instance of wobbling; unsteady motion.
2. A tremulous, uncertain tone or sound: a vocal wobble.

[Probably from Low German wabbeln; see webh- in Indo-European roots.]

wob′bler n.
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Noun1.wobbler - something that wobbles
thing - an artifact; "how does this thing work?"
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Can't inform you,' observed Mr Wobbler, apparently to his lunch.
LOOKS like someone has thrown a proper wobbler down at the beach Scores of giant jellyfish have been washed up along the South West coast and dumped over large swathes of sand.
But I think he's been faffing about over St Luke's church and come across as a bit of a wobbler.
Now, the Universal acquisition brings hard-rock crushing and apron, pan and wobbler feeders to the company's line of products.
30pm REMEMBER when Roy Keane threw a wobbler during the World Cup?
As a keen bird-watcher I had taken the day off work to observe the Lesser- Spotted Bush Wobbler taking off on its early summer migratory flight.
The decision to add a round wobbler from Pago to the bottle cap promotes the drink directly on the product in a compact and easy to read format, so making an impact at the point of sale.
Making her return after a lengthy absence, Kenilworth's Lucy Aphramor (43-21) worked her way through the field to win the women's race in the Welcombe Wobbler 10-km cross-country race at Stratford.
One rapper threw a wobbler at the event for the second year in a row - name him.
It's up to him and his offbeat friends, Wobbler, Bigmac, and Yo-less, to help save the cemetery, and that's what they bravely set out to do.
Ironically, Countess Diana was put down in Lexington at the end of last month due to wobbler syndrome.
The 37-yard wobbler, which sent the orange-clad half of the 93,468 in attendance into a frenzy, brought to a close a spirited game that saw 16 Rose Bowl records set and three lead changes in the final five minutes.