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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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The Earth swaggers; it's on a tilt, what scientists call a wobble or precession, first identified by Sir Isaac Newton about 350 years ago.
Scientists discovered the worlds because, as they orbit, the planets cause their parent star to wobble by a tiny amount, and this effect can be measured in the star's light.
These wobbles can make the black holes trace out wild paths around each other, leading to extremely complicated gravitational-wave signals.
After carefully examining Mimas, we found it librates -- that is, it subtly wobbles -- around the moon's polar axis," said Radwan Tajeddine, Cornell University research associate in astronomy and lead author of the article.
The planet's orbit around the binary stars appears to wobble, too, because the plane of its orbit is tilted 2.
Released at the end of August, the Wobbles app has been downloaded more than 10,000 times.
You can just as easily have a fan on a flush mount that wobbles and looks like it is ready to fly off the ceiling.
Wobbles wears multi coloured striped pants with blue braces, he has a bright red nose and seems to get himself into all sorts of trouble, just on his way to work.
WOBBLE WOES If your wobbles are visible from the next beach town, with one skip over the sand dunes, you could have problems with skin tone.
Whereas iBoobs was developed with seemingly limited scope, the Wobble applications allow users to apply "wobbles" to any part of any photo be it breasts, arms, legs etc.
Last September 29th a team led by Steven Vogt and Paul Butler, longtime leaders in the field, announced that it had teased six distinct planetary orbits out of the complex wobbles of Gliese 581, a red dwarf 20 light-years away in Libra.
Pinching down the eye of a crank, or bending it down, can affect how deep it runs and how wide it wobbles.
and as we sit there at the table the table wobbles a little like a
Q: My ceiling fan wobbles a bit, especially at the high setting.
Instead of exciting nuclei in the sample material, they combine the sample with the gas xenon and measure the wobbles from the xenon.