verb (used without object), wam·bled, wam·bling.
Origin of wamble
Examples from the Web for wamble
Rev. Wamble in his hide-out remembers being awakened by the sound of the slave being whipped and the moaning of the slave.
For instance, the Wimble lived next door to the Wamble, and each one had printed in the window a very curious legend.The Zankiwank and The Bletherwitch|S. J. Adair Fitzgerald
Mr. Wamble never permitted any of his slaves to be whipped, nor were they mistreated.
One of the two slaves coming from the Westbrook family was Rev. Wamble's grandfather.
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