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Definition of "wobbling" []

  • Present participle of wobble. (verb)
  • The motion of something that wobbles. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wobbling" in a sentence
  • "The wobbling is a strong way to show that the goat is old and weak."
  • "He now began to be more expert with his improvised paddles, and the string just kept tight, but with scarcely any strain upon it, yet prevented the tub from "wobbling" -- steered it in fact to the house, and helped to counteract the flow of the water."
  • "Alas, the wobbling was actually due to tiny changes in the optics of his telescope, caused by routine maintenance of the lenses."