waddle


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Synonyms for waddle

Synonyms for waddle

walking with short steps and the weight tilting from one foot to the other

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walk unsteadily

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Three of the finest players of their generation, Waddle - along with Peter Beardsley and Paul Gascoigne - would spend the best years of their careers away from St James' Park.
For those who cannot attend a Waddle but would like to help needy children around the world served by Operation Smile, please visit www.
Now in its seventh year, the Toddle Waddle is a free, nationwide event where youngsters saunter for a charitable cause.
Meningitis Now is asking local nurseries to enter into the waddling adventure, called Toddle Waddle.
Ffion Haf, community development officer for the charity, said: "Our toddle waddle event helps to deliver a very important message, but at the same time encourages youngsters and their families to come together, have fun, and raise vital funds.
Waddle was at the 2009 European Under-21 Championships when the core of Germany's present senior squad first emerged.
CHRIS WADDLE believes England will "never be world champions" while the hoodoo of the penalty shootout remains.
Waddle was at the helm of the 6,080-ton nuclear-powered sub when it rammed into the 499-ton Japanese training ship from Uwajima Fisheries High School as the sub was performing a rapid-surfacing drill.
APRIL marks the Meningitis Trust's 10th Toddle Waddle event and, for the whole month, this fun event supported by HiPP Organic encourages supporters to arrange a sponsored walk or waddle for the under-fives to raise funds to support those who have been affected by meningitis.
Chris Waddle was named the Ayers Chair of Communication at Jacksonville State University (JSU) in Alabama in the fall semester of 2008.
Jonny Waddle is a financial adviser at Stephens Inc.
Well that's just what happened to Liverpool's derby hero Alan Waddle in December 1973 when he nipped into the gents ahead of catching the train back to his native Tyneside.
That's the prediction of former England star Chris Waddle who reckons Riquelme and his Argentina team-mates will be too strong for the rest.
If humans waddle too much they fall, but penguins somehow overcome this.