Definition for doddering (2 of 2)
verb (used without object)
Related formsdod·der·er, noun
Examples from the Web for doddering
A living, doddering Lee was far less useful to the pitchfork crowd than a hanged, virile Lee would have been.
The doddering quality of the entire Reagan presidency certainly gave rise to that notion.
Only old Japp can stick it out, and he's too old and doddering to care about moving.Prester John|John Buchan
If, on the other hand, he has gone beyond that age we see only a doddering literary future for him.Seeing Things at Night|Heywood Broun
These doddering fools should serve him, thinking the while that they served themselves.The Adventures of Kathlyn|Harold MacGrath
Verena was a poor old widow, doddering and shiftless: Charity suspected that she came for her keep.Summer|Edith Wharton
Children like this girl are amusing, but only unsophisticated boys and doddering old men fall in love with them.Frank Merriwell's Son|Burt L. Standish