- v. （鴨子似的）蹣跚行走，搖擺地走
- n. 搖擺的步伐，蹣跚的步態
- 【名】 （Waddle）（美、英）沃德爾（人名）；（Waddle）（美、英）沃德爾（人名）
1.To waddle a given distance, penguins use twice as much energy as other creatures of the same size use to walk equally far.
2.She walked with a waddle.
3.Duck duck waddle back, we like to hear you quack quack quack!
4.Meanwhile, Ling looks for more exciting cases for her show and brings an entire orchestra to her court. Richard obsesses with Ms. Shaw's waddle, but Francis shows him he's way out of her league.
5.I go for a waddle and do stretches and exercises every day.
6.Waddle is used humorously to describe someone swaying from side to side like a duck because of fatness or while carrying heavy bags.
7.It was very funny the way in which the penguins to waddle.
8.I'd like to just waddle around for a while.
9.'People love to know that they're helping the penguins because they're so cute and small and they waddle up the beach and they're so feisty.