dodder

[ dod-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF dodder

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DODDER

And all we did was to go ahead and dodder along and beat Claflin seven to nothing!

How the dodder acquired this curious mode of life it is not difficult to see.

Species of dodder are difficult to distinguish one from the other.

You hate to see her run—you want to see her dodder about like an old man.

I would be a village "character" of the sort that is justly said to "dodder."

The minute you dodder about a man or a woman, there's sure to be something' to dodder about.

When you come to doddering, Jacob, it's better to dodder in the paths you know.

So we should get at length a leafless plant, with numerous flowers and seeds, just like the dodder.

It is, in fact, a parasitic dead-nettle, a trifle less degenerate as yet than the dodder.

The cupbears found no drink for him in the Dodder (a river), and the Dodder had flowed through the house.

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