Thesaurus / wobbly

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The strong light at the back of the house—a wobbly one—was rapidly becoming a glow in the heavens, as they say in journalese.
A small grey kitten, with wobbly legs and an infantile mew, made the first breach in the wall.
We say of a "wobbly" sort of person: "That fellow is no use, you can't depend on him."
THE LAW AND THE WORDTHOMAS TROWARD
They say he came out over the ‘Wobbly’ on a construction train and rode through.
THE ROAD BUILDERSSAMUEL MERWIN
On his wobbly back sat David, dressed like a jockey and flourishing a whip.
Very weak and wobbly I took an early train on Monday morning for Hilton.
THE FIFTH WHEELOLIVE HIGGINS PROUTY
But the trip's just as wobbly as ever for me, riding up here on your shoulder.
STARMAN'S QUESTROBERT SILVERBERG
Near it, a wobbly flower-table with a bottle and a smoking oil-lamp on it.
PANDORA'S BOXFRANK WEDEKIND
Then with something like a chuckle she drew out a soft, pale creature with four wobbly legs.
THE CHRISTMAS ANGELABBIE FARWELL BROWN
His step was firm and steady, with nothing of the "wobbly" gait we often see in people who are not well-proportioned.

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