IPA: wˈɑdʌɫ


  • A squat, swaying gait.
  • A surname.


  • (intransitive) To walk with short steps, tilting the body from side to side.
  • (intransitive) To move slowly.

Examples of "waddle" in Sentences

  • Apparently, he could waddle.
  • The fat pigs waddle on the street.
  • Penguins waddled through the aquarium.
  • The fat man waddled to the front door.
  • It is also known as the chicken waddle.
  • How fast did they waddle as lame ducks
  • You had to waddle out of the coffeehouse.
  • The geese, unable to waddle, collapsed in a heap in the middle of the yard.
  • In spite of the denial of immunity, Waddle elected to testify for the court.
  • They waddle to their seats waving hand held fans which stave off searing heat from sun.
  • Small, rotund and bespectacled, walking with what might be described as a waddle, Dominick never looked or felt remotely intimidating.
  • On the final chorus, everyone knew to let him take over, and take over he did, stretching the final yonder out until his waddle was the color of Jesus 'wound in the stain glass over the choir loft.
  • They sport strange growths on their neck and faces that even have odd names: the waddle is the loose skin on the neck and the snood is the fleshy protuberance that grows from the forehead and dangles over the beak.

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