Definition of totterer in US English:

totterer

noun

  • See totter

    • ‘He didn't take himself seriously, and that's just what the crowd, which took in teens to totterers liked about him.’
    • ‘Finding extraordinary compatibility between toddlers and totterers, some entrepreneurs have created ‘intergenerational’ daycare centers which allow children to interact with seniors.’
    • ‘The Russian peasants of 1905 were well represented by a wide age range from tots to totterers manoeuvring successfully round the crowded stage while the intricate and fascinating dance routines were choreographed to include the superb bottle-dance on four carefully poised heads.’
    • ‘Each year the event sells out to a capacity crowd of 3,000 people of every age, from toddlers to totterers.’
    • ‘Thanks… but no thanks for the invite… it's good fun to be on this side and watch the totterers totter…’