Home » Dictionary » wobble

wobble

wobble
 n.— «And thus, the Wobbling Lions—the name comes from a “wobble,” the term for a group of unicyclists—formed.» —“Longtime unicyclist gets new club on a roll” by Skye Hibbard-Swanson Centre Daily Times (State College, Pennsylvania) June 25, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Leave a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Further reading

Invisible Man or Ghost Runner?

Sue from Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, wants help regarding a dispute with her husband about terms they use in a pickup sport like softball and you don’t have enough players to field a full-size team. If you get onto second base but then have to...

Strawberry Moon (episode #1522)

We asked for your thoughts about whether cursive writing should be taught in schools — and many of you replied with a resounding “Yes!” You said cursive helps develop fine motor skills, improves mental focus, and lets you read old...