Origin of wamble
OTHER WORDS FROM wamblewam·bli·ness, nounwambly, adjective
Words nearby wamble
How to use wamble in a sentence
After the same manner may you make two or three egges by a little practice to wamble one after another.
When she'd read her letter through, she went into the house agin, looking as peaked and wamble-cropped as a sick lamb.
Didn't the poor leetle chap look wamble-cropped when he see that.
I felt just as good as any one, but I was a little wamble-cropped when I thought that I shouldn't know how to behave.Vandemark's Folly|Herbert Quick
Here's a fine blade, now, and a musket—give me a harquebus; I could shoot once, but my arm is all of a wamble now.With Drake on the Spanish Main|Herbert Strang