[ US /ˈbɔbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /bˈɒbə‍l/ ]
  1. the momentary juggling of a batted or thrown baseball
    the second baseman made a bobble but still had time to throw the runner out
  1. make a mess of, destroy or ruin
    the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement
    I botched the dinner and we had to eat out
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How To Use bobble In A Sentence

  • Sunday was no exception as Bell was in the thick of Walter's four bobbles and was credited with a forced fumble.
  • Bichette ran 30 yards at full speed, bobbled the ball and dropped it, allowing the go-ahead run to score.
  • That means they can afford a couple bobbles and they probably will have them with non-division games against New England, Carolina and Miami.
  • The unlucky bobble saw the ball hit Merris on the arm as he swung to clear and referee Phil Prosser pointed to the spot.
  • I've only worn this jumper twice, and it's already begun to bobble.
  • They shaved off some of the bone and removed the bobble. The Sun
  • (I have never cottoned onto cables and bobbles, but since I lust for that scarf, I have to learn!) Kiss me
  • Willie Gibson's shot deflected and bobbled through the packed penalty box, leaving Hinds with a simple finish at the far post.
  • With his chinless bobblehead and a voice that sounds like he is perpetually swallowing, Dano isn't someone you want to watch for an entire film. Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: The Extra Man
  • Rangers' catcher Ivan Rodriguez bobbled the ball as Henderson slid safely.
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