Definition of wobble
1. An unsteady motion.
The fat man walked down the street with a wobble.
2. A tremulous sound.
There was a wobble on her high notes.
The Earth wobbles slowly on its axis; the jelly wobbled on the plate
The soprano's voice wobbled alarmingly.
6. To vacillate in one's opinions.
I'm wobbling between the Liberals and the Greens.
7. To cause to wobble.
The boy wobbled the girl's bike.
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The flowerpot wobbled. Frog took a run and jumped off the bank into the pond.
A brown and red oak leaf planed down deliberately, from branch to ground, wobbling in the tiny thermal currents of air.
All planets wobble and change in their orbits.
He set it down with a thump, making the rack wobble.
He stood, arms extended, for a second, and then turned, the white ash stick in his back wobbling slightly.
Jimmy got to his feet, wobbling as he stood.
Jarlaxle cleared his throat as Piter wobbled his way to help Clairelle support the limp form of her lover.
My feet hit the ledge and I started to wobble, but my dhampir reflexes kicked in.
She touched the obelisk, wobbling the broken half.
The dying star might have had a serious wobble as it was expelling gas, creating the complex shapes in the picture.