Wobbly

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a member of the Industrial Workers of the World

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inclined to shake as from weakness or defect

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Nevertheless, whatever strategies are taken to ensure the long-term financial health of Social Security, the result for retirees almost certainly will mean that one leg of that traditional three-legged retirement stool is going to et wobblier.
She pitched herself as strong and stable but now looks weaker and wobblier than ever.
It is Corbyn suddenly calling the shots, his personal U-turn in agreeing to join last night's debate cleverly making it virtually impossible for May to do likewise or she'd appear even weaker and wobblier.
Choosing as his specialist subject The Guide To Modern Cookery by legendary chef August Escoffier, I sat looking down at the frozen lasagne ready meal balanced on my lap expecting to feel an even bigger culinary pleb than normal But then something happened, something brilliant - Roux fluffed it, blowing the first question about which London hotel Escoffier was based at when he completed his guide - after which the king of the kitchen's confidence turned wobblier than a plate of quince jelly.
When she rose, she was a bit wobblier than she expected to be.
Start and, most importantly, stop should be high on your agenda though, as even with dual control, when flying down a straight, the assurance of your wingman isn't quite enough to stop a profound sense of heart in mouth dread as the wind and g-force picks up and the racing line grows ever wobblier toward that wall.
Once that power is enshrined in law, the "fixed" bit of "fixed-terms" starts to feel a bit wobblier.
Sadly, over the years I'have become wobblier, fuzzier, less chipper, more chipped.
IF Deirdre's neck in Corrie gets any wobblier, it'll get turned into a Turkey Twizzler.
Though the fun factor helps the pic through its wobblier sections, this is tremendously flawed fare at other levels.
If Ioan Gruffudd looks a little wobblier than his fellow knights on horseback, it's because he only had two weeks of riding training due to his eleventh-hour casting.
It started off as a mild wobble, then the more I got into my music the wobblier it got - David Gray on his head-wiggling ways
The show, renowned for its wobbly sets and even wobblier plots, was axed 12 years ago.
PARTYING athletes took part in the London Olymp-hics during a night out in the capital - but it was an unfortunate case of faster, higher, wobblier for Belgian cyclist Gijs Van Hoecke.
The takes with the heels were a bit wobblier but by and large we did them in heels as much as we could.