liqillab turadigan, bo'sh, liqildoq
Noun(1) a member of the Industrial Workers of the World
Adjective(1) inclined to shake as from weakness or defect
(1) We quickly moved to the front of the ragged pack, a dozen or so wobbly tourists and a few real riders.(2) The shorter girl was suddenly wobbly as they pulled on their coats and linked hands again.(3) Again, her pitch was very wobbly and she was trying way too hard to trill it.(4) Would you guys seriously consider putting bungees on say, the wobbly front wheel of your car?(5) I must have looked like I was totally drunk as I was very wobbly , and the quarter of an hour walk back from the train station seemed to take me hours.(6) Most of the shots on Friday night were static, and when they weren't, they were wobbly .(7) The voice was wobbly and anxious and seemed to be issuing from the coatroom in the corner of the grand sitting room.(8) Grace and Vahn the title said, in Ellie's large, wobbly handwriting.(9) It was more along the lines of a very uncertain, wobbly romance that might fall apart at any second.(10) The voice in my head is wobbly and hesitant but it seems to echo slightly as I freeze in utter astonishment.(11) ├ö├ç├┐On my third week of radiotherapy I had laryngitis and that left me feeling very weak and wobbly so I couldn't train then,├ö├ç├û she said.(12) I noticed that she neglected to sign it, and her handwriting was rather wobbly and etchy, as if her hand was shaking when she wrote it.(13) Between their thick and wobbly tones and my horrible drawl, it's been a struggle.(14) Her legs were slightly wobbly , but she guessed that was what she got for going to bed on nothing but medication and a martini.(15) But reach it they did; once again, Myoga held the door open for his wobbly guest, and Deuce stepped inside the lavish room.(16) Martin clearly had the most to lose in the debate, as in the election; under attack from all sides and able to rely only on his wits, wobbly as they seem to be, he performed about as well as might have been expected.
1. unsteady ::
2. shaky ::
3. rickety ::
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