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Sentence count:41+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-07Updated:2017-03-07
Similar words: wobblywobblesiblingramblinggamblingtremblinghobblecobblerMeaning: ['wɒbl]  adj. (of sound) fluctuating unsteadily. 
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1 A baby is wobbling in the middle of the yard.
2 I was so terrified my legs were wobbling.
3 Tom stopped, wobbling from the weight of his load.
4 As a beginner , he is wobbling about on the bicycle.
5 It looked like a large, wobbling soap bubble.
6 Heads wobbling on pale necks, like heavy flowers.
7 The table is wobbling.
8 Lorraine watches in appalled fascination as this wobbling tub of seventy-year-old lard plunges into the sea.
9 But the Swindon defence was wobbling like a jelly when Oldham turned on the heat and got their game going.
10 His knees were wobbling as if they might collapse under the strain of holding his body upright.
11 My voice was wobbling up and down like Sally Field accepting an award.
12 The past nine months of wobbling over Maastricht have undone that work.
13 A light came wobbling up the Banbury Road, Oxford,[] in the dead of night.
14 As he stood, he felt an odd wobbling pain on his right side, just above the hip.
15 Just then, Bart returned, wobbling on his skates.
16 His head was slightly wobbling.
17 So is the rest of the world also wobbling?
18 Any wobbling of the racquet is usually made with the wrist and forearm.
19 Feder came into sight , wobbling about on an old bicycle.
20 With the world economy wobbling, this prolonged conflict is something Thailand could badly do without.
21 Three wickets fell, though, in the first half hour after lunch to leave them wobbling at 61 for four.
22 Jerry came in carrying a tray of glasses that were wobbling alarmingly.
23 The result resembles a cyclist pedalling strongly into an equally strong headwind-and wobbling dangerously as almost imperceptible progress is made.
24 The survivors had to jump from their sinking ship or walk on wobbling planks in order to be taken aboard.
25 She is running-running away from a shaking house and a row of wobbling green trees.
26 I pictured a man taking leave of his motor; wobbling from the fast lane towards the hard shoulder.
27 The fat houses between him and the market began to dance, wobbling their whited bellies.
28 Now, export growth to Europe looks as if it is wobbling.
29 Raymond : Ah , but it may not go ahead. The university senate is wobbling on this one.
30 Sitting here now, I can still feel the house wobbling slightly.
More similar words: wobblywobblesiblingramblinggamblingtremblinghobblecobblercobbledgobble upblinkblindsobbinghobbingmudslinginglingeringblind datehobgoblinblind alleyblind drunkturn a blind eyeobligingblisteringclingslingflingrulingailinglingeryelling
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