Definition of Titubant

1. Adjective. stumbling, staggering; with the movement of one who is tipsy ¹



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Definition of Titubant

1. marked by wavering [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Titubant

tittlebats
tittled
tittles
tittling
tittup
tittuped
tittuping
tittupped
tittupping
tittuppy
tittups
tittupy
titubant (current term)
titubate
titubated
titubates
titubating
titubation
titubations
titular
titular see
titularies
titularity
titularly
titulars
titulary
titule

Literary usage of Titubant

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1. The Bookman (1918)
"... stammering utterance and too often, alas! his vinous flush and step almost as titubant as his tongue; but most of all by that airy genius of insight and ..."

2. The Yellow Book by F. Harrison (1896)
"... by the stunted hawthorn-trees ; and Tityrus is cursing the weather and the irreconcilable desir.es of his crops, or trotting home titubant from market. ..."

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