Wabbly
Wabbly Wab"bly, a. Inclined to wabble; wabbling. [1913 Webster]

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  • wabbly — adjective see wobble I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • wabbly — wabbliness, n. /wob lee/, adj., wabblier, wabbliest. wobbly. * * * …   Universalium

  • wabbly — adj. inclined to wabble; swaying, not in a stable manner; indecisive …   English contemporary dictionary

  • wabbly — wab·bly …   English syllables

  • wabbly — adjective see wobbly I * * * wabbliness, n. /wob lee/, adj., wabblier, wabbliest. wobbly …   Useful english dictionary

  • wobble — I. verb also wabble (wobbled; also wabbled; wobbling; also wabbling) Etymology: probably from Low German wabbeln; akin to Old English wǣfre restless more at waver Date: 1657 intransitive verb 1. a …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • wobbly — wobbliness, n. /wob lee/, adj., wobblier, wobbliest. shaky; unsteady. Also, wabbly. [1850 55; WOBBLE + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • wabble — /ˈwɒbəl/ (say wobuhl) Obsolete –verb (i), verb (t) (wabbled, wabbling) 1. → wobble (defs 1–5). –noun 2. → wobble (defs 6 and 7). –wabbler, noun –wabbling, adjective –wabblingl …   Australian English dictionary

  • Wob|bly — wob|bly1 «WOB lee», adjective, bli|er, bli|est. unsteady; shaky; wavering. Also, wabbly. wob|bly2 or Wob|bly «WOB lee», noun, plural blies. U.S. Slang. a member or adherent of the Industrial Worke …   Useful english dictionary

  • wob|bly — wob|bly1 «WOB lee», adjective, bli|er, bli|est. unsteady; shaky; wavering. Also, wabbly. wob|bly2 or Wob|bly «WOB lee», noun, plural blies. U.S. Slang. a member or adherent of the Industrial Worke …   Useful english dictionary

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