To move in a weaving, wobbling, or rolling manner.(verb-intransitive)
To turn or roll. Used of the stomach.(verb-intransitive)
A wobble or roll.(noun)
An upset stomach.(noun)
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Use "wamble" in a sentence
"It's books like this that also remind me it will soon be the day that I head off for that first spring 'traypse and wamble' along the lanes and over the way to the village of Sydenham Dameral."
"Feeling her stomach wamble, she swallowed; dizziness threatened to overcome her."
"And they seemed extremely wamble-cropt and chop-fallen; their feathers shone not, even their sickle-feathers drooped in the dust, and their combs were white."