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Suffering from intermittent bugs; broken
Feeble, shaky or rickety
Lopsided, misaligned or off-centre
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turned or twisted toward one side; "a youth with a gorgeous red necktie all awry"- G K Chesterton; "his wig was, as the British say, skew-whiff"
If something is wonky, it is not straight or level. The wheels keep going wonky. unsteady or not straight or level
suffering from intermittent bugs, broken
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"
{s} shaky, tottering, unsteady (Slang); unreliable
wonky hole
A type of undersea hole or spring on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, out of which comes fresh water that has flowed underground from the land

It was local fishermen who made the most startling seafloor discovery. Something unknown was snagging their nets and nearly capsizing their boats. And they called the mystery – wonky holes. — Australian Broadcasting Commission Catalyst program, 18 May 2006 ().

wonky holes
plural form of wonky hole
wonky

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    awry, lonkie, skew-whiff

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    [ 'wä[ng]-kE ] (adjective.) 1919. From English dialectal wanky, alteration of Middle English wankel (“unstable, shaky”), from Old English wancol (“unstable”), from Proto-Germanic *wankulaz (“swaying, shaky, unstable”), from Proto-Germanic *wankōnan (“to sway, be unsteady”), from Proto-Indo-European *wa(n)k-, *wek-, *wag-, *weg- (“to swing, be unsteady, slant, be crooked”). Cognate with Scots wankle (“wonky”), Dutch wankel (“shaky”), German Wankelmut (“fickleness, inconstancy, vacillation”), Danish vanke (“to wander”). See also wankle.

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