That fact can be confirmed by standing on any street corner in any city of the country and watching Americans waddle by.
But as long as any of us could pile on enough clothing and waddle out of the hut, we didn't dare stop.
The march of the centuries may be majestic, but the waddle of this little ant of a man is not.
Compassionate Columbia simply must not waddle when she pokes her horn of plenty at famine-stricken China.
Her walk was degenerating into a waddle; stairs caused her to grunt.
"She's piled up for certain, but I guess she could get up and waddle if we urged her," he said slowly.
At the time, baby was quite able to walk—at least to waddle or toddle.
Anxiety made him hop about and waddle from peephole to peephole, like a hen looking for grain.
The alligator awoke and made for the water as fast as it could waddle.
"You must have caught her eye," the old gentleman smiled, watching her waddle through the hall with an inviting tray.