Definition Of totters
a feeble or unsteady gait.
You may say that none of this sounds like a leap forward, more like a totter backwards.
move in a feeble or unsteady way.
a hunched figure tottering down the path
Example Of totters
A very old woman, bent in half and tottering on crippled legs, slowly and painfully pushed her own empty wheelchair.
Adding to his already battered pride, he tottered back into the bedroom on unsteady matchstick legs, attempting to regain maybe a little of his lost composure.
After a while the passenger door opened, and an elderly lady tottered out.
‘I've no time for garnishes or tottering towers,’ he says.
‘The pressing concern of the moment is how to prevent Lebanon from tottering over the brink of the abyss,’ said the English-language Daily Star.