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adjective wobbly pronunciation in British English /ˈwɒbli/
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comparativewobblier
superlativewobbliest

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  1. 1
    moving from side to side in a way that is not steady

    a wobbly chair/table/wheel

  2. 2
    feeling weak and having trouble standing or walking, especially because you are ill or tired

    She still felt a bit wobbly on her feet.

  3. 3
    not strong, confident, or certain

    I’m still feeling a bit wobbly after the divorce.

    The party was quite good, after a bit of a wobbly start (=at the start it seemed it would not be enjoyable).

  4. 4
    if your voice is wobbly, it goes up and down, usually because you are frightened, not confident, or are going to cry

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