Wammel

Wam´mel


v. i.1.To move irregularly or awkwardly; to wamble, or wabble.
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Wammel and Wammel Group for high-risk securities trading and investments in various businesses; sent $1.37 million to supposed concert promoter Carlos D.
Add in words like Bobowler (a large moth), bostin (very good) and blart (cry), not to mention wammel (animal) and paces (sandwiches) and you're halfway to speaking like a Black Country native.