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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
(WOM-buhl) verb intr.
1. To move unsteadily; to totter, waver, roll, etc.
1. An unsteady motion.
[From Middle English wamelen (to feel nausea). Ultimately from Indo-European root wem- (to vomit) that's also the source of words such as vomit and emetic (something that induces vomiting).]
"In her (Janice Daugharty's) hands, dogs don't just run and bark at
moving wagons. Instead, 'rawboned and hollow, the ... heart-faced
curs came on, yipping at the spinning wagon wheels and wambling
between the legs of the horses."
"But then add the black warrior: the focus settles on the black guy,
the theme blurs, the angle grows acute, the last reel resolution
Everyone wishes to have truth on his side, but not everyone wishes to be on the side of truth. -Richard Whately, philosopher, reformer, theologian, economist (1787-1863)