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To shake or vibrate jerkily or nervously
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“After a while, Moses grew tired, and his hands began to wobble and shake, so he dropped them to his sides.”
To move with an uneven or rocking motion
“A corpse that was residing on the kitchen floor of the apartment reanimated and began to wobble towards the survivors.”
To sway or lurch around or sideways unsteadily
“His weight made the small craft wobble from side to side sickeningly.”
To waver between different courses of action
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“It is, therefore, odd to watch him waver and wobble over an issue that is not only outrageously unjust, but also flagrantly illegal.”
A trembling or shaking movement
“I get the feeling that just one little wobble of the ground, such as an earth tremor, and this tower would fall over.”
An unsteady movement from side to side
“Falorn's knee ached with each wobble of the boat as he rose to his feet.”
A quiver in the pitch or tone of music or one's voice
“With a slight wobble in his voice, he said his illness had spread to other parts of his body.”
A speech disorder characterized by hesitant and interrupted flow of words
A movement from side to side or back and forth
A sudden or unsteady movement
The regular passing from one condition to another
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