wad|dle


wad|dle
wad|dle «WOD uhl», verb, -dled, -dling, noun.
–v.i.
to walk with short steps and an awkward, swaying motion, as a duck does: »

A very fat man waddled across the street.

–n.
1. the act of waddling: »

He made us laugh by imitating the waddle of a duck.

2. an awkward, swaying gait.
[< wade to proceed + -le]
wad´dler, noun.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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