I tell the doddered asses Napoleon would have been over if Villeneuve had obeyed him to the letter.
Old Worble crooned and doddered, and feebly repeated "Picnic?"
He found a charm in the spectral aspect of the doddered oak.
The green glades in the autumnal woods were inviting, and sometimes they stood before the vast form of some doddered oak.
He doddered into the Board-room I'd just left, an' the Dandie-dog that is just his blind man's leader stayed wi' me.
I was endeavouring to discover his fate when old William Trimble doddered along.
1610s, perhaps from Middle English daderen "to quake, tremble" (late 15c.), apparently frequentative of dialectal dade, on a form similar to totter, patter. Related: Doddered; doddering.