a repeated, jerky movement; bob.
a momentary fumbling or juggling of a batted or thrown baseball.
an error; mistake.
a small ball of fabric usually used decoratively, as in a fringe or other trimming:
a sweater with a line of bobbles up the sleeves.
to juggle or fumble (a batted or thrown baseball) momentarily, usually resulting in an error.
a short jerky motion, as of a cork floating on disturbed water; bobbing movement
a tufted ball, usually for ornament, as on a knitted hat
any small dangling ball or bundle
(intransitive) (sport) (of a ball) to bounce with a rapid erratic motion due to an uneven playing surface
(US, informal) to handle (something) ineptly; muff; bungle: he bobbled the ball and lost the game
bubble tea. noun
Francisco de [frahn-thees-kaw th e,, -sees-] /frɑnˈθis kɔ ðɛ,, -ˈsis-/ (Show IPA), died 1502, Spanish colonial governor in the West Indies: sent Columbus back to Spain in chains. Historical Examples The Discovery of America Vol. 1 (of 2) John Fiske. Christopher Columbus and His Monument Columbia Various Up the Orinoco and down the Magdalena H. […]
a short, jerky motion: a bob of the head. to move quickly down and up: to bob the head. to indicate with such a motion: to bob a greeting. to make a jerky motion with the head or body. to move about with jerky, usually rising and falling motions: The ball bobbed upon the waves. […]
a person or thing that bobs. a fishing bob. a member of a bobsled team. Historical Examples The Lost Wagon James Arthur Kjelgaard The Lost Wagon James Arthur Kjelgaard The Lost Wagon James Arthur Kjelgaard The Cave by the Beech Fork Henry S. Spalding Fishing Grounds of the Gulf of Maine Walter H. Rich