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wabble

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[ wob-uhl ]
/ ˈwɒb əl /
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verb (used with or without object), wab·bled, wab·bling.

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OTHER WORDS FROM wabble

wabbler, nounwab·bling·ly, adverb

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Definition for wabble (2 of 2)

wabble2
[ wob-uhl ]
/ ˈwɒb əl /

noun

the larva of a botfly, Cuterebra emasculator, that infests squirrels and other rodents, rendering the males sterile.

Origin of wabble

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Variant of warble2
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British Dictionary definitions for wabble

wabble
/ (ˈwɒbəl) /

verb, noun

a variant spelling of wobble

Derived forms of wabble

wabbler, nounwabbly, adjective
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