doddering

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

dod·der·ing

adjective \ˈdä-d(ə-)riŋ\

: walking and moving in a slow and unsteady way because of old age

Full Definition of DODDERING

:  feeble, senile

First Known Use of DODDERING

1898

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