wabbly

[ wob-lee ]
/ ˈwɒb li /

adjective, wab·bli·er, wab·bli·est.

Nearby words

Related forms

wab·bli·ness, noun

Definition for wabbly (2 of 2)

wobbly

or wab·bly

[ wob-lee ]
/ ˈwɒb li /

adjective, wob·bli·er, wob·bli·est.

shaky; unsteady.

Origin of wobbly

First recorded in 1850–55; wobble + -y1

Related forms

wob·bli·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for wabbly (1 of 2)

wobbly

/ (ˈwɒblɪ) /

adjective -blier or -bliest

unsteady
trembling, shaking

noun

throw a wobbly slang to become suddenly very agitated or angry

Derived Forms

wobbliness, noun

British Dictionary definitions for wabbly (2 of 2)

Wobbly

/ (ˈwɒblɪ) /

noun plural -blies

a member of the Industrial Workers of the World
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