Definition of dodderer in English:

dodderer

noun

See dodder

  • ‘Often dismissed as wrinklies and fogeys, dodderers and ditherers, it turns out that the company's target audience are, in fact, among the biggest consumers in the country.’
  • ‘A government member labelled the retired military chiefs & diplomats as old dodderers.’
  • ‘I have yet to discover that having been born when Cal Coolidge was gearing up to run for re-election confers any eminence upon this dodderer.’
  • ‘When he talks to sixth-formers, he starts off by saying that they probably think he's a dusty old dodderer.’

Pronunciation

dodderer

/ˈdɒdərə/