wobble about

wobble about

To rock or jerk around in an uneven, unsteady manner. I could tell he'd had too much to drink from the way he kept wobbling about in his seat. Make sure you strap that thing down in the truck. I don't want it wobbling about while we drive.
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wobble about

 and wobble around
to rock, quiver, or flounder around. The little baby wobbled about and finally fell. The vase wobbled around a little and fell over.
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A I definitely wouldn't advise that you hang a mirror on a wardrobe door as it will wobble about whenever the door is opened or closed and could be quite dangerous.