wabble

1 [wob-uhl]
verb (used without object), verb (used with object), wabbled, wabbling.

wabbler, noun
wabblingly, adverb
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wabble

2 [wob-uhl]
noun
the larva of a botfly, Cuterebra emasculator, that infests squirrels and other rodents, rendering the males sterile.

Origin:
variant of warble2

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wabble (ˈwɒbəl)
 
vb, —n
a variant spelling of wobble
 
'wabbler
 
n
 
'wabbly
 
adj

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Example sentences
Mechanical combinations, contrivances, or devices for wabble type mechanical movements.
Strong oarsmen pulling against weaker ones in the same crews caused the boats to wabble all over the river.
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