Definition of "wabbly" [wab•bly]
- (adjective) Inclined to wabble; wabbling.
Use "wabbly" in a sentence
- "Mrs. Porter's first all-alone effort was printed in wabbly letters on the fly-leaf of an old grammar."
- "He, however, still felt a little "wabbly," so the boys and girls had conferred together, deciding that an automobile trip was just what he needed to complete his recovery."
- "If, for some reason, the uprights are "wabbly" the frame may be stiffened by lashing diagonal cross sticks to the frame."