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wobble

Synonyms of wobble in English:

verb

  • 1 the table wobbled and milk spilled over the edge of her bowl
    rock, move unsteadily, jiggle, sway, see-saw, teeter;
  • 2 he got up and wobbled across to the door
    teeter, totter, stagger, walk unsteadily, lurch
  • 3 her voice wobbled and she felt close to tears
    rare quave
  • 4 for a few days the prime minister wobbled
    waver, hesitate, vacillate, dither, shilly-shally, be undecided, be uncertain, be indecisive, be unable to make up one's mind, keep changing one's mind, yo-yo;
    Scottish swither
  • noun

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  • 1 Mimi stood up with a slight wobble
    unsteady movement, totter, teeter, sway;
  • 2 the operatic wobble in her voice
    technical vibrato
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