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Wobble vs. Wabble — Which is Correct Spelling?

Wobble vs. Wabble — Which is Correct Spelling?

Which is correct: Wobble or Wabble

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Wobble Definitions

To move or rotate with an uneven or rocking motion or unsteadily from side to side.
To tremble or quaver
The child's voice wobbled with emotion.
To waver or vacillate in one's opinions or feelings.
To cause to wobble.
The act or an instance of wobbling; unsteady motion.
A tremulous, uncertain tone or sound
A vocal wobble.
An unsteady motion.
The fat man walked down the street with a wobble.
A tremulous sound.
There was a wobble on her high notes.
(music) A low-frequency oscillation sometimes used in dubstep
(genetics) A variation in the third nucleotide of a codon that codes for a specific aminoacid
(intransitive) To move with an uneven or rocking motion, or unsteadily to and fro.
The Earth wobbles slowly on its axis;
The jelly wobbled on the plate
(intransitive) To tremble or quaver.
The soprano's voice wobbled alarmingly.
(intransitive) To vacillate in one's opinions.
I'm wobbling between the Liberals and the Greens.
(transitive) To cause to wobble.
The boy wobbled the girl's bike.
See Wabble.
An unsteady rocking motion
Move unsteadily;
His knees wobbled
The old cart wobbled down the street
Move sideways or in an unsteady way;
The ship careened out of control
Tremble or shake;
His voice wobbled with restrained emotion

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