wobble (plural wobbles)
- An unsteady motion.
- The fat man walked down the street with a wobble.
- 2011 October 29, Neil Johnston, “Norwich 3 - 3 Blackburn”, BBC Sport:
- That should have been that, but Hart caught a dose of the Hennessey wobbles and spilled Adlene Guedioura's long-range shot.
- A tremulous sound.
- There was a wobble on her high notes.
- (music) A low-frequency oscillation sometimes used in dubstep
- (unsteady motion): jiggle, quiver, shake, tremble
- (tremulous sound): quaver, tremble, tremolo, vibrato
- (intransitive) To move with an uneven or rocking motion, or unsteadily to and fro.
- The Earth wobbles slowly on its axis .
- The jelly wobbled on the plate.
- (intransitive) To tremble or quaver.
- The soprano's voice wobbled alarmingly.
- (intransitive) To vacillate in one's opinions.
- I'm wobbling between the Liberals and the Greens.
- (transitive) To cause to wobble.
- The boy wobbled the girl's bike.
- (move with an uneven or rocking motion): judder, shake, shudder, tremble
- (quaver): quaver, quiver, tremble
- (vacillate): falter, vacillate, waffle, waver
- (cause to wobble): jiggle, rock, shake, wiggle
move with an uneven or rocking motion