dodder

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Any of several parasitic vines, of the genus Cuscuta, having small white flowers but no leaves
to shake or tremble as one moves, especially as of old age or childhood; to totter
{n} a kind of bad winding plant or weed
Any of the leafless, twining, parasitic vines (see parasitism) that make up the genus Cuscuta (family Cuscutaceae), containing more than 150 species found throughout temperate and tropical regions. The stringlike stems may be yellow, orange, pink, or brown. Many species have been introduced with their host plants into new areas. Dodders contain no chlorophyll, instead absorbing water and food through rootlike organs called haustoria that penetrate the tissue of a host plant and may kill it. Dodder can do great damage to crops of clover, alfalfa, flax, hops, and beans. The best control is to remove the plant from fields by hand and to prevent its accidental introduction
and decaying at the root, is nourished by the plant that supports it
a leafless annual parasitic vine of the genus Cuscuta having whitish or yellow filamentous stems; obtain nourishment through haustoria
A plant of the genus Cuscuta
It is a leafless parasitical vine with yellowish threadlike stems
To shake, tremble, or totter
It attaches itself to some other plant, as to flax, goldenrod, etc
{f} tremble weakly, shake
walk unsteadily; "small children toddle"
doddering
mentally or physically infirm due to old age; senile
doddered
{a} overgrown with or having dodder
doddered
Shattered; infirm
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past of dodder
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{s} trembling, shaking
dodderer
Somebody who dodders
dodderer
one who dodders from old age and weakness
dodderer
{i} one who is weak, one who trembles
doddering
present participle of dodder
doddering
mentally or physically infirm with age; "his mother was doddering and frail"
doddering
disapproval If you refer to someone as a doddering old man or woman, you are saying in a disrespectful way that they are old and not strong. a doddering old man making his will before he's too senile. = decrepit. shaking slightly and walking with difficulty because of old age
doddering
{s} old and feeble, trembly, weak
doddering
mentally or physically infirm with age; "his mother was doddering and frail
dodders
third-person singular of dodder
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