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Tottery

Tot´ter`y
a.1.Trembling or vaccilating, as if about to fall; unsteady; shaking.
Adj.1.tottery - unsteady in gait as from infirmity or old age; "a tottering skeleton of a horse"; "a tottery old man"
Synonyms: tottering
anile, battered, beat-up, beaten up, broken-down, crabbed, debilitated, decrepit, derelict, dilapidated, doddered, doddering, doddery, doubtful, dubious, feeble, fossilized, gerontal, gerontic, groggy, in ruins, infirm, insecure, mossbacked, moth-eaten, mummylike, palsied, papery-skinned, ramshackle, ravaged with age, ricketish, rickety, rocky, ruined, ruinous, run to seed, run-down, rusty, senile, shaky, shriveled, slummy, spidery, spindly, stricken in years, teetering, teetery, timeworn, tottering, treacherous, tumbledown, uncertain, undependable, unhealthy, unpredictable, unreliable, unsafe, unsound, unstable, unsteady, unsure, untrustworthy, weak, withered, wizened, wobbly
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Toter
Totidem verbis
Toties quoties
Totipalmate
Totipalmi
totipotence
totipotency
totipotent
Totipresence
Totipresent
toto
Totten trust
Totter
Totterer
tottering
Totteringly
-- Tottery --
Tottle
Tottlish
Totty
Totum prefertur uni cuique parte
Toty
Toucan
Toucanet
Touch
touch a chord
Touch and stay
touch base
touch down
touch football
touch modality
touch off
touch on
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