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Nothing is more destructive of good tools than a grooved, uneven, or wabbly stone.
In a wabbly rocker, at imminent risk of a 238 breakdown, Priscilla jerked back and forth.
THE CAMERONS OF HIGHBOROBETH B. GILCHRIST
If, for some reason, the uprights are "wabbly" the frame may be stiffened by lashing diagonal cross sticks to the frame.
He lit a cigarette and hummed a wabbly tune, sitting astride a chair and watching me with his empty leer.
I WALKED IN ARDENJACK CRAWFORD
A thatched roof that leaked in every heavy shower leaned to a wabbly ridge-pole over the floor.
They got him on his feet and he seemed better, though still very wabbly.
FRONTIER BOYS ON THE COASTCAPT. WYN ROOSEVELT
Then Teddy shoved the wabbly mass of boards and sticks, fastened together with crooked nails, out into the lake again.
She has made fairly dependable policemen of them, but their legs are the most wabbly and crooked of any that ever were seen.
AS SEEN BY MELILIAN BELL
The collie stood up, wabbly on one foot but able to stand, looking eagerly at Sandy, commencing to snuff the air.
RIMROCK TRAILJ. ALLAN DUNN
When she had thought for a long, long time, Raggedy Ann raised herself on her wabbly elbows and said, "I've thought it all out."
RAGGEDY ANN STORIESJOHNNY GRUELLE

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