adjective, wab·bli·er, wab·bli·est.
Definition for wabbly (2 of 2)
adjective, wob·bli·er, wob·bli·est.
Examples from the Web for wabbly
In a wabbly rocker, at imminent risk of a 238 breakdown, Priscilla jerked back and forth.The Camerons of Highboro|Beth B. Gilchrist
The Wabbly had crossed a house in its path without swerving.
Good stout legs, that can go at a trot all day, become now weak and wabbly.Chimney-Pot Papers|Charles S. Brooks
We turned back, hand in hand, wabbly on our legs, and gasping as we recovered our breath.Rising Wolf the White Blackfoot|James Willard Schultz
Like a searchlight, the power-beam swept the earth before the Wabbly.
British Dictionary definitions for wabbly (1 of 2)
adjective -blier or -bliest
British Dictionary definitions for wabbly (2 of 2)
noun plural -blies
Word Origin and History for wabbly
1914, member of Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.). Probably some sort of elaboration of the W aspect of the acronym.