But before ten days were gone, even the woman Ipsukuk exhausted her provisions, and went home weak and tottery.
We entered in through a breach in the first parapet and crossed, one at a time, on a tottery wooden bridge which was propped across a fosse half full of rubble, and so came to what had been the heart of the fort of Des Sarts.
This, I managed, at the second attempt; but I was very tottery, and peculiarly weak.
wencel, weak, tottery; cp.
It seemed to me that the porter was rather tottery, owing perhaps to a lengthy absorption of vodka.
He started with tottery briskness around to his manuscript drawer, but veered off to the left to aline some magazines. "
Men who had witnessed his advent, noted that he was weak and tottery, and that he staggered over to a heap of cabin-logs and sat down.
tottery, unstable; +wankyll+, S2.--AS.
The Captain was a tottery old man, past the age for any fundamental joy.