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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. Unsteady movement, such as the staggering, lurching, or nodding of the head or the body.
2. Stuttering or stammering.
From Latin titubare (to stagger). Earliest documented use: 1641.
“He walked hesitatingly to a chair, his titubation increasing.”
Harlan Cozad McIntosh; This Finer Shadow; Dial Press; 1941.
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