One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he watched the child who toddled towards him’
totter, teeter, wobble, falter, stagger, dodder, waddle, reel, lurch
shuffle, shamble, drag one's feet, stumble, lumber
2‘every afternoon, Matilda would toddle down to the library’
amble, wander, meander, stroll, saunter, maunder
British mooch, bimble
North American putter
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