- n an unsteady rocking motion
- v move unsteadily
His knees wobbled
The old cart wobbled down the street
- v move sideways or in an unsteady way
- v tremble or shake
His voice wobbled with restrained emotion
- Australia, which gave the world the benefits of the Hula Hoop, last week was exporting a new crazethe wobble board.
- Furthermore, he speculates, the wobble may also cause climate changes, mountain-building, and even the occasional reversal of the earth's magnetic field.
- The first prototype had a wicked death wobble in the rear wheel.
News & Articles
- MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Wobble After Last Week's Gains
MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Wobble After Last Week's Gains
June 10, 2013 - Nasdaq
- Fewer Than Half Of New Yorkers Pass Their Driving Tests
Here's a comforting thought as you wobble down the crowded streets on your newly-minted Citi Bike: Fewer than half of New York City's wannabe drivers pass their road tests. According to the Daily News , a measly 46 percent of the city's 181,196 test-takers are granted licenses, thanks to increasingly lean driver's ed programs and general ill-preparedness on the part of drivers. [ more › ]
June 10, 2013 - Gothamist
- DVD Review: Alice Through the Looking Glass (1974)
I recently reviewed the 1986 BBC presentation of "Alice in Wonderland" , starring Kate Dorning in the title role. In a bit of "wibble-wobble, timey-wimey" reviewing magic, I now set out to review the sequel to this telemovie, which aired a good twelve years prior to its release.
June 10, 2013 - The Trades
- Damon Hill in Northampton Chronicle & Echo
There has been a little bit of a wobble of late from Lewis, but I think it's to be expected,said Hill, president of the British Racing Drivers' Club, who own Silverstone. "Nobody else can really help him. He is on his own. It's something...
- Kenneth Clarke in First Post
Clarke, the shadow Business Secretary, said: "Bond markets won't wait. Sterling will wobble. We have seen even minor flickers in the opinion polls causing problems with interest rates in the recent past. If the British don't decide to put in a...
- Suzann Pettersen in International Herald Tribune
I had a rules official right there with me and we were staring at the ball and it was three of us and none of us saw it move,Pettersen said. "We saw it could wobble but from our angle it was impossible to see that it had moved. From the TV...