dodder dodder


  1. (n) a leafless annual parasitic vine of the genus Cuscuta having whitish or yellow filamentous stems; obtain nourishment through haustoria
  2. (v) walk unsteadily



  1. Though the actor is only 36, he manages, even in the closeups, to dodder and gasp and redden with exertion like a gay old boy on his last legs.
  2. But he would not reminisce, dodder or preach plaintively like an ordinary old man.
  3. They have mostly gone to their graves unknown to all the public except the sexton, or they still dodder around their clubs, quavering that 'labor must be disciplined.


  • Dodder: ‘I just want to be happy’

    Kellie Dodder started experimenting with alcohol and marijuana when she was about 13. When she was 15 she lost her grandfather, and her abuse took a turn for the worse.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Cheboygan Daily Tribune

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