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- v. Present participle of titubate.
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He sees penumbral visions of himself titubating fantastically through days and nights of space and stars.
I see him now, dim in the darkness, titubating in stupid wonder, good-naturedly essaying the role of peacemaker in that multitudinous scrap the significance of which he did not understand, and the really hurt expression on his face when he, unoffending he, was clutched at by many hands and dragged down in the thick of the press.
On certain days in the week he invariably came home with a very red face and a titubating walk; when Bessie received him angrily, he defended himself on the great plea of business necessities.
If they drank abominably, then of course they would titubate abominably; and titubating abominably, inevitably they would spill in the same ratio.