Definitions for wambleˈwɒm bəl, -əl, ˈwæm-

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

wam•bleˈwɒm bəl, -əl, ˈwæm-(v.; n.)-bled, -bling

  1. (v.i.)to move unsteadily.

  2. to feel nausea.

  3. (of the stomach) to rumble; growl.

  4. (n.)an unsteady or rolling movement.

  5. a feeling of nausea.

Origin of wamble:

1300–50; ME wamle

wam′bly(adj.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. wamble, waggle(verb)

    move unsteadily or with a weaving or rolling motion

Wiktionary

  1. wamble(Noun)

    Nausea; seething; bubbling; rolling boil.

  2. wamble(Noun)

    An unsteady walk; a staggering or wobbling.

  3. wamble(Verb)

    To feel nauseous, to churn (of stomach).

  4. wamble(Verb)

    To twist and turn; to wriggle; to roll over.

  5. wamble(Verb)

    To wobble, to totter, to waver; to walk with an unsteady gait.

  6. Origin: Unknown, but possibly related to Latin vomere (to vomit), to Norwegian vamla (to stagger), and to Old Norse vāma (vomit).

Webster Dictionary

  1. Wamble(verb)

    to heave; to be disturbed by nausea; -- said of the stomach

  2. Wamble(verb)

    to move irregularly to and fro; to roll

  3. Wamble(noun)

    disturbance of the stomach; a feeling of nausea

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