wobbling

[ US /ˈwɑbəɫɪŋ, ˈwɑbɫɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɒblɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of sound) fluctuating unsteadily
    a low-pitched wobbling sound
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How To Use wobbling In A Sentence

  • So we're given the impression of Connor's leg shaking and his voice wobbling.
  • This new darting, wobbling spoon is available in 10 color patterns and is perfect for trout and kokanee salmon. ACME FRISKY FISH
  • His wobbling mitre gave clerical emphasis to his plea.
  • I laced my skates and stepped forth with ankles wobbling and feet that felt bound.
  • Strapped into the tight confines of the cockpit the driver has only one means of non-verbal expression - wobbling his head.
  • Raymond : Ah , but it may not go ahead. The university senate is wobbling on this one.
  • A cyclist, feet bound to the pedals in special shoes, falling over at the traffic lights after wibbling and wobbling on the spot, waiting for the lights to change.
  • There's also little evidence of wobbling in the body, which can be a signature for roofless versions of normally hard-topped coupes, which is as much a compliment to the suspension as to the stiffness of the car as a whole. Stuff.co.nz - Stuff
  • The arrhythmic type of heart attack, Patel said Tomlinson had suffered, would have occurred with a wobbling of the heart known as ventricular fibrillation. Ian Tomlinson inquest: medical queries addressed to Freddy Patel
  • Every single path to my cold, unspringy mattress involved creaking wood and 45-degree wobbling. MIT Admissions
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