dodder

Dodder vs Limp - What's the difference?

dodder | limp |


As a proper noun dodder

is a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

As a verb limp is

to happen; befall; chance or limp can be to be inadequate or unsatisfactory or limp can be to walk lamely, as if favouring one leg.

As an adjective limp is

flaccid; flabby, as flesh.

As a noun limp is

a scraper of board or sheet-iron shaped like half the head of a small cask, used for scraping the ore off the sieve in the operation of hand-jigging or limp can be an irregular, jerky or awkward gait.

Stagger vs Dodder - What's the difference?

stagger | dodder |


As a noun stagger

is an unsteady movement of the body in walking or standing, as if one were about to fall; a reeling motion; vertigo; -- often in the plural; as, the stagger of a drunken man.

As a verb stagger

is sway unsteadily, reel, or totter.

As a proper noun dodder is

a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

Dodder vs Quaver - What's the difference?

dodder | quaver |


As a proper noun dodder

is a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

As a noun quaver is

a trembling shake.

As a verb quaver is

to shake in a trembling manner.

Falter vs Dodder - What's the difference?

falter | dodder |


As a noun falter

is butterfly.

As a proper noun dodder is

a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

Dote vs Dodder - What's the difference?

dote | dodder |


As a verb dote

is .

As a proper noun dodder is

a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

Dodder vs Dither - What's the difference?

dodder | dither |


As a proper noun dodder

is a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

As a noun dither is

the state of being undecided.

As a verb dither is

(obsolete) to tremble, shake, or shiver with cold.

Bodder vs Dodder - What's the difference?

bodder | dodder |


As a verb bodder

is .

As a noun bodder

is .

As a proper noun dodder is

a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

Dodded vs Dodder - What's the difference?

dodded | dodder |


As an adjective dodded

is without horns.

As a proper noun dodder is

a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

Dodder vs Didder - What's the difference?

dodder | didder |


As a proper noun dodder

is a river in ireland, a tributary of the liffey.

As a verb didder is

to rattle or shiver.

Dodder vs Todler - What's the difference?

dodder | todler |

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