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I found him first, a little withered, dried-up old fellow, wrinkled-faced and bleary-eyed and tottery.
BEFORE ADAMJACK LONDON
Through a barred window the wondering warden sourly watched the crawling, tottery figure.
But An' Jerusha, very rheumatic and tottery, went brave as an autumn sunset.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
Mammy did not often overstep the lines set by convention; but on this occasion she certainly seemed tottery.
THREE LITTLE WOMEN'S SUCCESSGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
You mustn't even mind being a little tottery upon your legs at first.
His great grey tottery hat seemed about to tumble on the floor—his back bowed a little more—and he groaned deeply, three times.
AMARYLLIS AT THE FAIRRICHARD JEFFERIES
The toiling grim figure in black had seemed so feeble and so tottery and old.
But before ten days were gone, even the woman Ipsukuk exhausted her provisions, and went home weak and tottery.
THE FAITH OF MENJACK LONDON
She touched the spring of the panel behind her, and displayed the little tottery staircase to the American.
When we were finishing our breakfast the door opened, and in came little Flossie, very pale and tottery, but quite unhurt.
ALLAN QUATERMAINH. RIDER HAGGARD

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