adjective tit·u·bant \ˈtichəbənt, ˈtitəb-\

Definition of titubant

  1. :  characterized by titubation :  marked by wavering or vacillating :  unsteady

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Origin and Etymology of titubant

Latin titubant-, titubans, present participle of titubare to titubate

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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