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Definition of "wobbliness" [wobbliness]

  • The state of being wobbly (noun)

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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."