change over, waddle, dislodge, angle, move, dither, agitate, tip, reposition, stumble, waver, halt, change, switch, paddle, quaver, be unsteady, teeter, transfer, careen, waggle, shuffle, pitch, shilly-shally, swag, hesitate, flounder, repetition, decide, weave, reel, cant, lean, move unsteadily from side to side, quake, tilt, quiver, shimmy, dodder, cant over, lurch, keel, budge, shift, coggle, falter, toddle, slant, stir, pause
oscillate (part of speech: verb)
- Ally felt her consciousness start to wobble. - "Syndrome", Thomas Hoover.
- When she stood on the first step her knees began to wobble; she grasped the post. - "The Garden Party", Katherine Mansfield.
- And now, to make matters worse, the wind chopped and blew up from the sou'- west, with a squall of rain and a wobble of sea that tried Hancock's stomach sorely. - "News from the Duchy", Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.