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    totter - Dictionary definition and meaning for word totter

    (verb) move without being stable, as if threatening to fall
    Example Sentence
    • The drunk man tottered over to our table
    (verb) walk unsteadily
    Synonyms : coggle , dodder , paddle , toddle , waddle
    Example Sentence
    • small children toddle
    (verb) move unsteadily, with a rocking motion
    Synonyms : seesaw , teeter
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for totter

cant believe no one thought abt it - TOT - is a baby - always moves unsteadily - abt to fall

Sounds Like Torture.therefore while someone is released after being tortured..he moves unsteadily.

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TOTTER: to walk like a TODDLER

DO+TARAF(side)- people who are on both side are always swaying either side.


TOTTER and SAUNTER are rhyming words which mean, to walk with a limp.

Tod-tod kar chalna - means not walking smoothly.. Ladkhada kar chalna

Sounds like globetrotter who travels widely...likewise totter is also to move unsteadily..

DODDERING mean SHAKY or INFIRM.. which is same as tottering

tot means disconnected. ter means wire. Some wire is disconnected so it is in unstable state.

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