Definition of Waddling

Common misspellings:
  • waddeling (0.0%)
  • woddling (0.0%)
  • waddleing (0.0%)
  • wadling (100.0%)
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Examples of usage:
  1. Prince Leopold had risen early like all the hard working potentates of the continent and got away to the manoeuvres somewhere at six o'clock the decorations had been removed and the court yard where the hired coach and pair of the prince had rolled in the evening before had only a few majestic ducks waddling about in it and quacking together indifferent to the presence of a yellow mail wagon on which the driver had been apparently dozing till the hour of noon should sound - Their Silver Wedding Journey by William Dean Howells

  2. At this point the one eyed gander came waddling up from the goose pond - Children of the Wild by Charles G. D. Roberts

  3. The black pony was ready with another boy in place of Sam nobody interfered with her and off they went the wheels of the little chaise rolling smoothly over the gravel Loupe in a gentle waddling trot and Daisy in a contented state of mind - Melbourne House by Elizabeth Wetherell