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wobble

wob·ble

wobble

 
pronunciation:
wa bl
parts of speech:
intransitive verb, noun
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: wobbled, wobbles, wobbling
definition 1: to move or tip unsteadily from side to side; be out of balance.
synonyms:
shimmy, sway, totter, waver
similar words:
careen, dodder, falter, quake, reel, rock, roll, seesaw, shake, stagger, teeter, topple, yaw
definition 2: to tremble, quaver, or break, as the voice.
synonyms:
quaver, tremble, waver
similar words:
quiver, vibrate
definition 3: to be uncertain or changeable, as in mind; vacillate.
synonyms:
shilly-shally, vacillate
similar words:
equivocate, falter, fluctuate, hesitate
 
part of speech: noun
definition: an unsteady movement or sound.
synonyms:
falter, shake, tremor, unsteadiness, waver
similar words:
quaver, stagger, sway, teeter, toddle, totter, tremble
derivation: wobbler (n.)