verb (used with or without object), wab·bled, wab·bling.
Origin of wabble2
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Historical Examples of wabble
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.The Place of Honeymoons
A man can tell only so much truth; then he begins to wabble.Goat-Feathers
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.The Story of a Nodding Donkey
Laura Lee Hope