Definition of 'totter'
Example sentences containing 'totter'
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What on earth was the woman tottering in front of me wearing? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Seen tottering around campus in chic suits and a fabulous array of heels. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They think the towering shoes she was tottering around in look like golf clubs and would be totally impractical. The Sun (2009)The outfit was completed with a pair of tottering heels and a battered carrier bag she swung from her wrist. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But forget tottering about in wedges. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He is back at work, tottering around on crutches. The Sun (2006)Those rugs can be a serious pain in the rear when you're tottering around in high heels. The Sun (2014)The distinction between residents and spectators was obvious, we were the ones tottering around the old railroad wearing indecent heels. The Sun (2011)In the heels I was tottering about me kitchen making a cup of tea and flicking my hair about. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's experimental, original and always tottering on the brink of disaster. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She spent the duration of the song tottering around on stage in a pair of socks and a floral peach kimono clutching a tiny brolly, right. The Sun (2013)She loves dressing up in my clothes, tottering around in my heels and playing around with my make-up. The Sun (2013)So Sri Lanka and a flat deck were a pretty helpful combination and they began to make the first tottering steps. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The Grand National festival wants to rid itself of the image of sozzled racegoers flashing the flesh and tottering around in high heels. The Sun (2016)THE average British woman takes a shoe size six but in 100 years women could be tottering around in size tens. The Sun (2014)
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Used Occasionally. totter is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'totter'
British English: totter VERB
If someone totters somewhere, they walk there in an unsteady way.
His mother-in-law was tottering down the steps in the rain.
Definition of totter from the Collins English Dictionary
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