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- n. A stone that rocks from side to side as it travels because it is not resting on its running surface.
- n. A case that could go either way depending on factors that cannot be controlled.
- n. A fishing lure made to resemble a prey fish and that wobbles in the water; plug, minnow.
- n. Sudden unexpected outburst of anger or rage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See wabber.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. something that wobbles
Instability in affected cervical vertebrae can compress the spinal cord, eliciting subsequent neurologic disease that is known as wobbler syndrome (more on this later).
JOHN O'Shea reckons he has a real Caulfield Cup hope in Rosehill Guineas aspirant Zabrasive - despite the horse being branded a 'wobbler' as a yearling.
Without the license possession of a handgun would be a crime punisable as a misdemeanor or a felony (known as a 'wobbler').
- Make certain "wobbler" crimes - those that can be treated as felonies or misdemeanors - punishable with a county jail term rather than with a state prison sentence for savings of
Hanshaw was a "wobbler," meaning his background was questionable,
He's a gut-fouling, pee-pee smelling dong wobbler.
I have found that the K.O. wobbler with a pink or orange stripe in nickel finish is the ticket for casting off the pier or into the foot of water falls.
“He was a wobbler,” Janice would have said, and rolled her eyes.
In another, a professional "wobbler" speed walker mysteriously drops dead at the highly charged Pedestrian Championship of the World.
No angler in the know would dream of casting or trolling a banana wobbler for king salmon without first adding a sardine or anchovy belly strip.