Definition of "wabble" [wab•ble]

  • Variant of wobble. (verb)

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Use "wabble" in a sentence
  • "He found the mere repetition of the word "wabble" sufficient to produce almost inextinguishable mirth."
  • "The least "wabble" might cause the current to strike her on the side, and send her over on her beam ends in the vortex below us."
  • "We made our course at a right angle with the levee, and kept the helm firmly against any tendency to "wabble;" for if the swift tide had struck her on the side, it would have hurled her around in spite of us."