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Use "wobbliness" in a sentence
"By framing it this way, the real problems, namely the wobbliness’ of the shaft of the hockey-stick, and the suppressing of valid scientific questions by gate keeping, were left out."
"I say this because I have yet to hear/read a single quote from a single female Democratic legislator that expresses the kind of wobbliness on the issue of marriage equality that men like Paul Sarlo and Steve Sweeney have shown."
"These can destroy your dog's kidneys and cause wobbliness, fever, and vomiting."