verb (titubat, ing)
- to stagger
- to stutter, stammer
Etymology: From the past participle stem of Latin titubare "stagger".
- 1993: They must let us alone here, we govern ourselves, we are by way of being totally autonomous. (The plethora of t"s there made his tongue , but it was a brave show.) " Anthony Burgess, A Dead Man in Deptford
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