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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Sharing a video of the moment that she announced the result, Caroline captioned it: "I had a little wobble tonight as I felt so emotional...
Jah Wobble started his musical career at 18 as a founding member of Public Image Limited.
The Detroit News has reported citing certain excerpts, 'Rather than address it-or disclose its possibility and/or warn drivers at the point of sale-FCA simply claims in a news article that the 'Death Wobble' is not a 'safety issue' and that it 'can happen with any vehicle that has a solid front axle (rather than an independent front suspension), such as the Wrangler.'
To accelerate the process, Kane and his team combined the wobble method with direct imaging.
They last longer, and due to the precise tolerances all the cartridges line up with minimum wobble.
Holm also will supervise the race management and event operations for the company's newest addition of the Missouri Wine Wobble.
The wobble took a large shift about 20 years ago, leaving scientists with a new puzzle to solve.
no signs of wobbles - if they are stronger Brennan Watford grabbed one back through Andre Gray as City eased off on the accelerator and handed out some well-earned rests, but it made little difference.
The light emitted by stars change when they wobble. As the star moves towards Earth, there is a shift towards the blue end of the spectrum (shorter wavelength), and when it moves away, there is a shift towards the red end of the spectrum (larger wavelength).
The candidates' gravitational tugs induce Tau Ceti to wobble by as little as 0.3 m/s, which means that the HARPS instrument has almost reached the capability of discovering an Earth-size planet in an Earth-like orbit.
But wobble boarders are still in use in other cities - including in Liverpool - and there are calls here for the council to take action.
This, in turn, allows for figuring out where the cluster center is and also observing the BCG wobble around it.
So it's always surprising to be reminded of bass guitar hero Jah Wobble's roots - as a wide-boy squatter and bandmate of John Lydon and John Simon Ritchie long before they took up their stage names of Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious.
People are getting the jitters now because of the wobble but Karanka won't waver from his beliefs.