doddering definition

  • adjective:
    • Infirm, feeble, and frequently senile.
    • psychologically or physically infirm because of old age; senile
    • shaking as from senior years.
    • psychologically or actually infirm with age.
    • mentally or physically infirm with age
    • Infirm, feeble, and frequently senile.
    • psychologically or literally infirm because old age; senile
    • trembling as from later years.
    • mentally or physically infirm as we grow older.
    • mentally or physically infirm as we grow older
    • Infirm, feeble, and sometimes senile.
    • Infirm, feeble, and frequently senile.
    • psychologically or physically infirm because old age; senile
    • mentally or actually infirm as a result of old age; senile
    • shaking as from old age.
    • shaking as from later years.
    • psychologically or physically infirm as we grow older.
    • mentally or actually infirm with age.
    • mentally or literally infirm with age
    • psychologically or actually infirm as we grow older
  • verb:
    • Present participle of dodder.
    • Present participle of dodder.
    • provide participle of dodder.
    • Present participle of dodder.

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