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Definition of "tottery" [tot•ter•y]

  • Tending to totter. (adjective)

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Use "tottery" in a sentence
  • ""'Poor lamb, poor little lamb,' says Aunt Abby, standin 'over her, all kind of tottery, and tryin' to bathe her head with camphor."
  • "At a market, tottery old men and women were searching in the garbage thrown in the mud for rotten potatoes, beans, and vegetables, while little children clustered like flies around a festering mass of fruit, thrusting their arms to the shoulders into the liquid corruption, and drawing forth morsels but partially decayed, which they devoured on the spot."
  • "His walk was actually tottery as he came down the port side of the cabin."