In a few days they get to wabbling, are condemned and thrown aside.
When we returned my pole was pulled down and wabbling so as to make a commotion in the water.
Wabbling this way and that it wheeled skiddingly round a corner.
The opposite of the "dead-weight seat" is what may be termed the "wabbling seat."
The little Irishman was wabbling, but still fighting gamely.
It was the only way to keep her knees from wabbling at the thought of what was before her.
It stood unevenly upon the floor, and made a wabbling noise.
At times he zigzagged; other times, he fell behind, wabbling.
Fern had driven him home; deposited him, retching and wabbling, on the Bogart porch.
This conservative holding by guiding resolutions once formed is the balance-wheel that keeps a human life from wabbling.