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[wob-uh l]
verb (used with or without object), wab·bled, wab·bling.
  1. wobble.
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Related formswab·bler, nounwab·bling·ly, adverb


[wob-uh l]
  1. the larva of a botfly, Cuterebra emasculator, that infests squirrels and other rodents, rendering the males sterile.
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Origin of wabble2

variant of warble2
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Examples from the Web for wabble

Historical Examples

  • Our Ex-President, however, has ceased apparently to "wabble."

    Socialism As It Is

    William English Walling

  • Well, I like your nerve to come here with that kind of wabble.

  • A man can tell only so much truth; then he begins to wabble.


    Ellis Parker Butler

  • One stroke with the bow, and all the people began to wabble.

  • He did not nod now, for, lying down as he was, his head could not shake and wabble.

British Dictionary definitions for wabble


verb, noun
  1. a variant spelling of wobble
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Derived Formswabbler, nounwabbly, adjective
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