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 (wŏm′bəl, wăm′-)
intr.v. wam·bled, wam·bling, wam·bles
1. To move in a weaving, wobbling, or rolling manner.
2. To turn or roll. Used of the stomach.
1. A wobble or roll.
2. An upset stomach.

[Middle English wamelen, to feel nausea; see wemə- in Indo-European roots.]

wam′bli·ness n.
wam′bling·ly adv.
wam′bly adj.
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in a wambling manner
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