doddered definition

  • adjective:
    • Botany Lacking the most truly effective limbs as a result of age or decay.
    • Infirm; feeble.
    • Botany Lacking the most truly effective limbs due to age or decay.
    • Infirm; feeble.
    • Shattered; infirm.
    • Shattered; infirm.
    • Botany Lacking the most truly effective limbs as a result of age or decay.
    • Infirm; feeble.
    • Shattered; infirm.
    • Botany Lacking the most truly effective limbs due to age or decay.
    • Infirm; feeble.
    • Shattered; infirm.
  • verb:
    • Simple past tight and past participle of dodder.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of dodder.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of dodder.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of dodder.
  • others:
    • Overgrown with dodder; covered with parasitic plants.
    • Overgrown with dodder; covered with parasitic flowers.
    • Overgrown with dodder; covered with parasitic plants.
    • Overgrown with dodder; covered with parasitic plants.

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