from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Meaningless or content-free chatter in a discussion; drivel, babble.
- n. Used as the name of a metasyntactic variable.
- v. To make meaningless comments.
- v. To be overwhelmed by emotion and take on a childish expression with a quivering lips and chin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A wimble. Tufts's Glossary of Thieves' Jargon(1798).
You can also use the words "google" (google), dict (dictionary. com), "wp" (wikipedia), and quote (stock market prices). slang wibble wp fourier series google something by Physics Dave Dec 1, 2004 share this comments \% s
I think that happy thought is the one thing that's keeping me from curling up into a ball and saying 'wibble' all morning, to be honest.
But when the little guy sticks his shorts over his head, puts pencils up his nose and starts saying 'wibble', most normal people turn away in embarrassment.
I was still stuffed from lunch so only ordered 3 little empañadas and a beer and the waiter was looking at me as if I had pencils stuffed up my nose and all I could say was "wibble".
The BBC report Gordon Brown's latest "wibble" moment: "The UK property market is likely to bounce back before those of other countries because" we failed "to build enough houses, Gordon Brown has said.
I'm more than a little worried about how BSG going to wrap up after watching the previews for next week. * wibble*
As far as the Rose/Ten story not having the time to finish ... well .. there is always the chance for a movie ... maybe. * wibble*
All these larger, more colourful and even tea-offering flamboyant daleks makes me remember * wibble wibble* (audio NSFW?)
I wibble above the ground in my imaginative high, oblivious to the flaws others are too willing to find sooner rather than later.
Or, if you're really slow in the mornings, perhaps I have to say "wibble wobble" as well.