Somebody who dodders.

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  • dodderer — dodder ► VERB ▪ be slow and unsteady. DERIVATIVES dodderer noun doddering adjective doddery adjective. ORIGIN variant of obsolete dialect dadder; related to DITHER(Cf. ↑dithery) …   English terms dictionary

  • dodderer — noun see dodder II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • dodderer — See dodder1. * * * …   Universalium

  • dodderer — n. one who is weak, one who trembles …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dodderer — dod·der·er …   English syllables

  • dodderer — noun one who dodders from old age and weakness • Derivationally related forms: ↑dodder • Hypernyms: ↑oldster, ↑old person, ↑senior citizen, ↑golden ager …   Useful english dictionary

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  • dodder — I. noun Etymology: Middle English doder; akin to Middle High German toter dodder, egg yolk Date: 13th century any of a genus (Cuscuta) of wiry twining vines of the morning glory family that are highly deficient in chlorophyll, are parasitic on… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Le Grand Macabre — (1975 77, revised version 1996) is György Ligeti s only opera. The opera has two acts and its libretto, loosely based on a play by the Belgian author Michel De Ghelderode, was written by Ligeti in collaboration with Michael Meschke. The original… …   Wikipedia

  • dodder — dodder1 dodderer, n. /dod euhr/, v.i. to shake; tremble; totter. [1610 20; cf. DITHER, TOTTER, TEETER, etc.] dodder2 /dod euhr/, n. a leafless parasitic plant, Cuscuta gronovii, having dense clusters of small, white, bell shaped flowers on orange …   Universalium

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