Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A disease of cattle characterized by the loss of coordination and irregular gait, caused by eating certain toxic plants.
- The lesion or swelling which appears under the skin of cattle at various parts of the body caused by the warble of the ox gadfly. Also called warbles.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wabble.
“The bicycle had what is called the "wabbles," and had them very badly.”
“Yes | No | Report from saintdeer wrote 42 weeks 3 days ago did you see the guy who got up from his stool and wabbles over to the cat? he was wasted! should show to my kids and be like, "look what alcohol does to you boys, makes you a jackass!" all you libs out there, yah, lets just not hunt anymore and see how many more times this happens!”
“She wabbles on one side an 'then on the other, so I can see chunks o' sky ahead right under her.”
“The section from the north end of the bridge to the railroad station has a grade that wabbles between 50 and 500 feet to the mile and jerks back and forth sideways as though laid by a gang of intoxicated men on a dark night.”
“See how it wabbles, will you, fellows, and how low down over the trees it hangs.”
“In this manner from six to twelve dozen glasses are ground at once by one basin working within the other on an eccentric axle which _wabbles_ the inner basin while it is revolved.”
“When it wabbles like this it is in neutral and the car will not run.”
“I admire it when it stands firmly upon its legs, and I love it when it wabbles.”
“But in the main it lumbers and jolts, wabbles and bores.”
“I spect it wabbles," said Sunny Boy aloud, putting one foot on a stone, which certainly did "teeter.”
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