an unsteady rocking motion
"His knees wobbled"; "The old cart wobbled down the street"
careen, wobble, shift, tilt(verb)
move sideways or in an unsteady way
"The ship careened out of control"
coggle, pitch, agitate, keel, careen, switch, change, tip, lean, reposition, stir, swag, shift, tilt, cant over, stagger, lurch, shimmy, transfer, cant, angle, change over, reel, slant, budge, dislodge
tremble or shake
"His voice wobbled with restrained emotion"
To move with an uneven or rocking motion, or unsteadily to and fro.
The fat man walked down the street with a wobble.
To tremble or quaver.
The soprano's voice wobbled alarmingly.
To vacillate in one's opinions.
I'm wobbling between the Liberals and the Greens.
To cause to wobble.
The boy wobbled the girl's bike.
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How to use wobble in a sentence?
This brings us to today's U.S. employment report for November. We would need a number below 100,000 for the market to wobble in its belief in a Fed move this month.
A motorcyclist pulls up in front of me, and he starts speeding up, slowing down, speeding up, slowing down, at a point where he slowed down too fast and I wasn't able to break fast enough, so I tapped him... he didn't wobble, he didn't fall off his bike, continued.
Investors paid the price of an ECB President (Mario Draghi) who over-promised in his recent rhetoric and under-delivered, this brings us to today's U.S. employment report for November. We would need a number below 100,000 for the market to wobble in its belief in a Fed move this month.
We're agnostic as to whether the rate rise will be September or November... the balance of probabilities suggests it might be September, so the markets are getting concerned about whether it will be correctly timed... (However) tightening monetary policy causes a bit of a wobble in equities, but it usually recovers.
The politicians who forced Obamacare on the American people now have a choice: crow about Obamacare's latest wobble towards the edge, or work with us to address the ongoing negative impact of a 2,000-page law that continues to make life miserable for too many of the same people it purported to help.
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- klátit se, chvět se, kolísat, rozkolísat, potácet se, třást seCzech
- huojunta, horjua, huojua, vaappuminen, vaappua, horjunta, väristä, olla kahden vaiheillaFinnish
- vaciller, vacillement, osciller, branlerFrench
- ブラブラする, 震え, ぶれる, ブラブラ, ブラブラさせる, 震える, 揺らす, フラフラJapanese
- hūkokikoki, paretiMāori
- wiebelen, wankelenDutch
- вилять, колебаться, вихлять, качать, дрожание, шатание, шататься, качание, колебание, идти шатаясь, раскачивать, качаться, шататьRussian
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