wobbliness


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Synonyms for wobbliness

the quality or condition of being physically unsteady

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Some signs of FD are fatigue, unclear articulation, difficulty with lip slurs, involuntary lip pulling, air leaking from the corners, poor tone quality, wobbliness, or lip lock.
For the Saudis, America's wobbliness in the region, in the wake of Iran's rising challenge, is a threat to the stability of the kingdom and the survival of its ruling family.
You're also magnifying the wobbliness of your telescope's mount, imperfections in the optics, and the inherent fuzziness that necessarily arises from the limited size of the telescope's lens or mirror.
Even worse is the film's wobbliness in the final stretch.
It commonly causes side effects in cats, such as wobbliness, staring, inappetance, inactivity, all forms of narcosis [deep stupor or unconsciousness] and/or evidence of opioid psychological effects.
The Israeli account suggests a measure of American wobbliness in the deliberations.
But their levity is so contagious that the boatmen, taking advantage of the girls' wobbliness to put an arm around an older one or two, cannot help but crack a smile.
Warning signs include nervousness, hyperexcitability, anxiety, vocalization, muscle tremors, lack of coordination, wobbliness (the dog may appear drunk), and pupil dilation.
Indeed, more than Russian or Chinese wobbliness, a failure by Europe to stand firm in containing Iran will be a major flaw in any effort.
There's an imperfect wobbliness to the album that makes it all the more endearing.