Condoleezza Rice may be teary and weak; Colin Powell may be timid and meek; even George W. Bush has a wobbly streak.
She decided to tackle a two-wheel bike, starting with a wobbly first ride and graduating to a racing bike within months.
That month, he was one of just 23 House members to vote against a $1 billion aid package to the wobbly Ukrainian government.
They understand very well how precarious their majority is, and how wobbly are its intellectual foundations.
At times he was wobbly about whether he really had enough sources to support what his instinct told him was the truth.
The joint is wobbly or flail-like from stretching and destruction of the controlling ligaments, and is devoid of sensation.
Nor was there gelatine in stock, with which to make a gay-colored, wobbly jelly.
The wheels were wobbly and no two of the same size, the windows zigzagged in uneven lines and were of varied shapes.
But the trip's just as wobbly as ever for me, riding up here on your shoulder.
Suddenly he discovered that he was very tired, and that his legs were weak and wobbly.
1914, member of Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.). Probably some sort of elaboration of the W aspect of the acronym.