wobble


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Synonyms for wobble

tremble

hesitate

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Synonyms for wobble

to move back and forth or from side to side, as if about to fall

to be irresolute in acting or doing

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an unsteady rocking motion

move unsteadily

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move sideways or in an unsteady way

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tremble or shake

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SIM will then scan the insides of those disks and check for tell-tale stellar wobbles.
John Wardle, who became known as Jah Wobble after Sid Vicious mumbled his name, was the original bass player with Public Image Ltd.
His daughter, Zi Lan Liao, a virtuoso musician in her own right, is art development officer at the centre and is married to Jah Wobble.
It is thought that about 180,000 people crossed the bridge in its first weekend making it wobble horizontally.
It is thought that around 180,000 people crossed the bridge in its first weekend causing it to wobble horizontally.
The wonderfully wobbly WEEBLES toys from PLAYSKOOL are back for a new generation along with the same famous tagline, "Weebles Wobble, But They Don't Fall Down
More than 600 planets have been discovered using star wobble analysis, but a planet analogous to the Earth, with low mass and orbiting at just the right distance from a star-in the so-called "Goldilocks zone"-is hard to detect with conventional technology.
ROLF Harris's famous wobble board is to feature on the soundtrack of a film.
Bassist Jah Wobble - real name John Wardle - joined John Lydon/ Rotten in Public Image Limited in 1978.
JAH WOBBLE has collaborated with everyone from Sex Pistols to Brian Eno, Primal Scream and Bjork.
Isn't there an added wobble because Earth rotates on its axis and travels around the Sun?
In a nutshell, a swarm of electrons can make a magnet's polarity reverse or wobble because each electron has its own intrinsic magnetism, called its spin.
Cockney bassman Wobble describes the Solaris sound as 'holy minimalism', a melding of jazz, dub and various global musics into a semi-improvised, ritualistic repetition, performed by an international supergroup line-up.
The bowling pins are challenging because you have to hit the lower two-thirds otherwise they just wobble,'' Moore said.