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wamble

play
verb wam·ble \ˈwäm-bəl\

Definition of wamble

wambled

;

wambling

play \ˈwäm-b(ə-)liŋ\
  1. intransitive verb
  2. 1a :  to feel nauseab of a stomach :  rumble 1

  3. 2 :  to move unsteadily or with a weaving or rolling motion

Origin and Etymology of wamble

Middle English wamlen; akin to Danish vamle to become nauseated, Latin vomere to vomit — more at vomit


First Known Use: 14th century


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wamble

noun wam·ble

Definition of wamble

  1. 1 :  a wambling especially of the stomach

  2. 2 :  a reeling or staggering gait or movement

1552

First Known Use of wamble

1552


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