Wobbly in a sentence as a noun

RPS is having a bit of a wobbly.

"The wobbly looked up at the farmer and asked "Really?

"The wobbly nodded, stood up, pulled back his sleeves, and replied "Uh huh. Then I'll fight you for it, right now.

There's an old wobbly story: A wobbly was riding a freight train across the midwest one summer, in between jobs.

Wobbly in a sentence as an adjective

So two big design issues, if you scroll down from the wheel of terms you go wobbly, clicking the down arrow below that last wheel, also wobbly.

And becoming "wobbly" at slower speeds is not the reason riding faster is preferable and safer on these stretches.

Or, y'know, some other image set that doesn't reinforce tech's already wobbly gender stereotyping.

The story isn't "Oh, you moved into emptiness and created something, so I'll fight you", it was "you fought the people here before, so I'll continue with your method of ownership".Similarly, the wobbly wasn't demanding an apple, but enjoying the shade.

Wobbly definitions


a member of the Industrial Workers of the World

See also: Wobbly


inclined to shake as from weakness or defect; "a rickety table"; "a wobbly chair with shaky legs"; "the ladder felt a little wobbly"; "the bridge still stands though one of the arches is wonky"

See also: rickety shaky wonky