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wibble

/ (ˈwɪbəl) /
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verb (intr) informal

to wobble
(often foll by on) to speak or write in a vague or wordy manner

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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.
C19: from wibble-wobble, reduplication of wobble
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  • The stone avenue must have wibble-wobbled with the rush of this ball of tangled men and strangled cries.

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