Definition of waddler in English:


Pronunciation /ˈwädlər/ /ˈwädl-ər/


See waddle

‘There's no use darting over to the opposite side of the aisle because some other waddler is lumbering along from the opposite direction.’
  • ‘And he's not through yet - according to the one-time waddler, he won't be satisfied until he's bare-chested and grinning on the cover of this magazine.’
  • ‘While our waddlers, such as skunks, porcupines, raccoons and bears, often are not seen in the dead of winter, you may find their tracks after a late spring snow.’