tottering

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Adjective[edit]

tottering (comparative more tottering, superlative most tottering)

  1. Unsteady, precarious or rickety.
  2. Unstable, insecure or wobbly.

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Verb[edit]

tottering

  1. present participle of totter

Noun[edit]

tottering (plural totterings)

  1. The movement of one who totters.
    • George Moore
      Its faint descent tried the powers of the horse to keep back the car, and so feeble were his totterings that I began to fear we should miss the train []

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