he is beginning to wobble on the issue
Asked about the now-famous spring wobble , she says she ‘and lots of the people who feel close to the PM, who support him and believe what he is doing, rallied round’.
a caricature of the operatic wobble
I wasn't sure, but I think I heard his voice wobble a bit.
I understand that the wobble is not yours but a secondary, sympathetic wobble to Tony Blair's.
they wobble around on their bikes
I swear I saw him taking a sneaky blast from a small bottle of something warming when he thought no-one was watching, and he had a distinct wobble to his gait.
One of the children, aged about six kept making a noise. It was an extremely high pitched tone with pronounced wobble , loud and sustained, intermittently for an hour or so.
However, he lost his momentum during the flip, and his carefully executed spin turned into a wobble , sending him crashing into the floor below.
It is therefore odd to watch him waver and wobble over an issue that is not only outrageously unjust, but also flagrantly illegal.