But before ten days were gone, even the woman Ipsukuk exhausted her provisions, and went home weak and tottery.
Cash was tottery weak from his own illness, and he could not speak above a whisper.
His eyes were bulging, and he was tottery on his feet, swaying from side to side and still making a fight with his hands.
When I did get up, I felt so tottery that I could hardly keep my feet.
The Captain was a tottery old man, past the age for any fundamental joy.
I found him first, a little withered, dried-up old fellow, wrinkled-faced and bleary-eyed and tottery.
In this way the ghost of the victim, whose things are carried in the bundle, is supposed to make their enemies weak and tottery.
Through a barred window the wondering warden sourly watched the crawling, tottery figure.
He tried to stand, but found he was too tottery on his legs.
What a precious experience now this would have been for a tottery, talkative, owlish old parochial creature like me.