listen to the pronunciation of wobble
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To vacillate in one's opinions

I'm wobbling between the Liberals and the Greens.

A tremulous sound

There was a wobble on her high notes.

To cause to wobble

The boy wobbled the girl's bike.

To tremble or quaver

The soprano's voice wobbled alarmingly.

To move with an uneven or rocking motion, or unsteadily to and fro

The jelly wobbled on the plate.

An unsteady motion

The fat man walked down the street with a wobble.

move sideways or in an unsteady way; "The ship careened out of control"
tremble or shake; "His voice wobbled with restrained emotion"
The ability of certain bases at the third position of an anticodon in tRNA to form hydrogen bonds in various ways, causing alignment with several possible codons Referring to the reduced constraint of the third base of an anticodon as compared with the other bases thus allowing additional complementary base pairings
Continuous, sinusoidal radial deviation of the prerecorded groove from track centerline Usually includes CLV and other information, such as location, contained in phase or other forms of modulation
an unsteady rocking motion
For a rotary stage, it is the maximum angular variation of the axis of rotation
{i} tottering or swaying motion; shaking, quaking, quivering; wavering, hesitation
If something or someone wobbles, they make small movements from side to side, for example because they are unsteady. The table wobbled when I leaned on it I narrowly missed a cyclist who wobbled into my path Wobble is also a noun. We might look for a tiny wobble in the position of a star
move unsteadily; "His knees wobbled"; "The old cart wobbled down the street"
{f} move from side to side; sway; tremble, vibrate; be indecisive
an unsteady rocking motion move unsteadily; "His knees wobbled"; "The old cart wobbled down the street
To vacillate in ones opinions
In reference to reading the genetic code, the concept that nonstandard base pairing is allowed between the anticodon and the third position of the condon
A slow vibrato resulting from a lack of excitement, poor muscle tone, or fatigue
wobble plate
(Mühendislik) A disc mounted obliquely on the end of a revolving shaft, which imparts a reciprocating motion to a rod parallel to the axis of the shaft; also called swashplate
A member of the Industrial Workers of the World, a militant, radical labor union
The sound of something liquidy wobbling (e.g. jello)
To wobble lightly, to quiver, to tremble lightly
A stone that rocks from side to side as it travels because it is not resting on its running surface
A fishing lure made to resemble a prey fish and that wobbles in the water; plug, minnow
Sudden unexpected outburst of anger or rage
unsteady and tending to wobble
A wobbler; a fit of rage
Alternative spelling of Wobbly
past of wobble
A case that could go either way depending on factors that cannot be controlled
{i} something that wobbles
third-person singular of wobble
plural of wobble
(of sound) fluctuating unsteadily; "a low-pitched wobbling sound
(of sound) fluctuating unsteadily; "a low-pitched wobbling sound"
present participle of wobble
inclined to shake as from weakness or defect; "a rickety table"; "a wobbly chair with shaky legs"; "the ladder felt a little wobbly"; "the bridge still stands though one of the arches is wonky"
Something that is wobbly moves unsteadily from side to side. I was sitting on a wobbly plastic chair. a wobbly green jelly. wobbly teeth
If you feel wobbly or if your legs feel wobbly, you feel weak and have difficulty standing up, especially because you are afraid, ill, or exhausted. She could not maintain her balance and moved in a wobbly fashion. throw a wobbly to suddenly become very angry or frightened
{i} (British Slang) temper fit, outburst of temper; fit of panic
a member of the Industrial Workers of the World
{s} unsteady; swaying; tending to wobble; indecisive; wishy-washy; weak and unsteady from sickness or tiredness