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  • noun Plural form of wobble.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wobble.


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  • Griffin wobbles, then recovers, and catches Rampage again on his left knee.


  • Griffin wobbles, then recovers, and catches Rampage again on his left knee.


  • From twelve hundred yards on, losing momentum and equilibrium, it again wobbles, and this is no time to be struck by it.

    Stalking the Pestilence

  • With Alice Coltrane-like harp runs, meditation bowls, rave stabs and Doppler effect dub wobbles, he creates music full of surprises that is always melodic.

    Caribou: Swim

  • This would, I imagine, lead to short-term stock-market wobbles, which is better than long-term Osbourne.

    amuchmoreexotic: A simple but brilliant theory

  • It all began when Bill Ward, a reporter for the aptly named Minnesota Star Tribune, decided to do a short story about the precession of the Earth -- the incremental movement that "wobbles" the planet on its axis -- and how it changed the Earth's relation to the constellations.

    The Great Zodiac Revolution of 2011 (Follow-up post -- you had to see this coming)

  • Jan. 17, 1996: Based on analysis of the "wobbles" in the orbits of distant stars, California astronomers Geoffrey Marcy and R.

    In a Galaxy Far, Far Away

  • RLC calls it one of his many "wobbles" rather than "lurching right."

    "They don’t dare stand up in their own defense because it’s not the attractive thing to do."

  • Of course, keep in mind we've still got that cone there, so there is still a little room for error, depending how much this intensifies and what kind of wobbles we take here.

    CNN Transcript Sep 5, 2004

  • And the astounded farmer stood staring with his mouth open, while the two "wobbles" leaped up and fled from the barn, so convulsed with laughter they hardly noticed the floods of rain pouring down upon them.

    They Call Me Carpenter


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