womble

To gamble on a woman.

He should have known not to marry her, because over half of those who womble lose - the odds were not in his favor.


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  • womble — noun A Womble …   Wiktionary

  • Womble — n any of a group of imaginary animals with long fur and long noses. They live underground in a large London park and at night they come out to collect the rubbish that people have left behind. They were invented by the children’s writer Elizabeth …   Universalium

  • Womble — noun A fictitious animal, or a soft toy representing this …   Wiktionary

  • Womble — (of a wombat) walk with the gait of a wombat: just wombling along (blend of wombat + amble ) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • womble — Australian Slang (of a wombat) walk with the gait of a wombat: just wombling along (blend of wombat + amble ) …   English dialects glossary

  • womble — n British a foolish, clumsy or unfortunate person. Since the appearance of the books and television puppets of the same name in the early 1970s, the word has been appropriated, particularly by schoolchil dren, to refer to someone considered fee… …   Contemporary slang

  • womble — wom·ble …   English syllables

  • womble — /ˈwɒmbəl/ (say wombuhl) verb (i) (wombled, wombling) Colloquial (of wombats) to walk; move. {? blend of wombat and ramble; but compare English dialect wamble to ramble, wander about aimlessly; also compare Middle English wombling adverb, with the …   Australian English dictionary

  • womble — ˈwäməl dialect variant of wamble …   Useful english dictionary

  • Womble (disambiguation) — Womble can refer to: * The Wombles, fictional creatures living on Wimbledon Common ** The Wombles (TV series), featuring the fictional creatures ** The Wombles (band), British pop group spinoff from the TV series * WOMBLES, an anarchist group, *… …   Wikipedia

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