dodderer dodderer


  • (n) one who dodders from old age and weakness


  1. Riding high on Brookmeade's luck, Garner, a comparative dodderer among jockeys, at 34 was having the best season of his 20 years in racing.
  2. All-American is a crazy mixed-up dodderer of a musical.
  3. In the play, he is a pitiable dodderer who fails to realize what is happening until his son-in-law is murdered.
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