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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Someone who walks unsteadily as if about to fall.

Usage examples (5)
  • Verb (used without object) : The tower seemed to totter in the wind. The government was tottering. ,a load that tottered
  • Often Meredith wishes to be too concise, and squeezes his thoughts together like this: and the totterer Earth detests,
  • Ever since you were a little totterer whom I carried in my arms and planted on the top of the garden wall to pick coquelicots, I have thought of you as one to be some...
  • He reasons; and the totterer Earth detests, for more
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