Examples of dodder in a Sentence
was doddering down the walk outside the nursing home
Recent Examples of dodder from the Web
The good news is that doddering Frank and meek little Mary come to life when needed most.
Wednesday’s rate cut comes as both inflation and economic growth remain lower than policy makers would like as Brazil dodders out of its longest recession on record.
Michael Dale Brown’s doddering yet bombastic Henry is ever the grand master thespian steeped in Shakespeare and the classics, spewing flowery speech.
Cathleen Fuller provides yeoman service with her handful of lines in the role of Evelyn, Esme’s mother-in-law, who is gripey and suspicious in the first scene, doddering in the second, and comatose in a wheelchair for the entirety of the third.
Pribyl, as a sadistic ex-military officer who furiously beats his servant and heaps abuse on a doddering older relative (Kipp Moorman), all with a maniacal glee and a glint in his eye that’s already gone around the bend toward crazy.
The defense sought to portray the gang as pill-popping, doddering old men, with ailments such as diabetes and bladder-control problems, who had engaged in a nonviolent folly.
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