Origin of wobble
OTHER WORDS FROM wobblewobbler, noun
How to use wobble in a sentence
Mr Wobbler recovered his equanimity, and affably condescended to apologise for his remarks.
The mere learning to box, and the necessary association with a man like Wobbler, would not have done the boys much harm of itself.
Wobbler, a foot soldier, a term of contempt used by cavalrymen.The Slang Dictionary|John Camden Hotten
I've loved that boy and he's far too good and fine for a wobbler like yourself.The Duchess of Wrexe|Hugh Walpole
So the departure of Mr Wobbler did not keep him away, and he went to the yard as much as ever.