Synonyms of wobble in English:

wobble


See definition of wobble

verb

1‘the table wobbled and milk spilled over the edge of her bowl’

SYNONYMS

rock, move unsteadily, jiggle, sway, see-saw, teeter

shake, vibrate

2‘he got up and wobbled across to the door’

SYNONYMS

teeter, totter, stagger, walk unsteadily, lurch

3‘her voice wobbled and she felt close to tears’

SYNONYMS

tremble, shake, quiver, quaver, waver

rare quave

4‘for a few days the prime minister wobbled’

SYNONYMS

waver, hesitate, vacillate, dither, shilly-shally, be undecided, be uncertain, be indecisive, be unable to make up one's mind, keep changing one's mind, yo-yo

Scottish swither

informal blow hot and cold


noun

1‘Mimi stood up with a slight wobble’

SYNONYMS

unsteady movement, totter, teeter, sway

rocking, swaying, shaking

2‘the operatic wobble in her voice’

SYNONYMS

tremor, quiver, quaver, shaking, trembling

technical vibrato