STOTTER

Etymology

Verb

stotter (third-person singular simple present stotters, present participle stottering, simple past and past participle stottered)

(intransitive, dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) To stagger; totter; stumble

Anagrams

• rottest, stretto, tortest, totters

Source: Wiktionary



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