verb (used with or without object)
Origin of pother
Examples from the Web for pothering
Ferrers and Pothering, the head of Claremont's, were for the moderns.
The men like to have me pothering around, and I've discovered that one never really has a house unless he helps build it.The Shield of Silence|Harriet T. Comstock
In a few moments I hear cries and yells and shouts, and a pothering and squabbling.
The remaining 361 days the sun is pothering around all over the shop.The Cruise of the Snark|Jack London
There was nothing left for Pothering to say; the motion was then put before the House and the debate developed into a farce.
British Dictionary definitions for pothering
Word Origin for pother
Word Origin and History for pothering
1590s, "disturbance, commotion," of unknown origin. Meaning "mental trouble" is from 1640s; verb sense of "to fluster" is attested from 1690s.