The Collaborative International Dictionary
Wabbly \Wab"bly\, a. Inclined to wabble; wabbling.
a. Inclined to wabble; wabbling.
Usage examples of "wabbly".
The next moment the whizzing thing had passed, and left a superannuated old mare looming through a cloud of dust and dancing on two wabbly hind legs.
This made him walk in a wabbly fashion, but the black people had great respect for him.
And broth's good for a body 'AT the ague or a wabbly wame, to be sure-but it wilina keep, ye know.