throw a wobbly

Definition of throw a wobbly

British, informal

  1. :  to become very angry or upset He threw a wobbly when he found out his flight was delayed.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  to propel through the air by a forward motion of the hand and arm

    :  to propel through the air in any manner

    :  pitch

  1. :  an act of throwing, hurling, or flinging

    :  an act of throwing dice

    :  the number thrown with a cast of dice

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