didder


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didder

(ˈdɪdə)
vb (intr)
dialect to shake or tremble, esp with fear

didder

, dither - To didder or dither is to tremble or shake.
See also related terms for tremble.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.didder - move with or as if with a tremor; "his hands shook"
move involuntarily, move reflexively - move in an uncontrolled manner
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Andelocia: By my trat, and by Saint Patrickes hand, and as Creez save me la, tis no dissembler: de Irish man now and den cut di countrie-mans throate, but yet in fayt hee love di countrie-man, tis no dissembler: dis feene Tamasco apple can make di sweete countenance, but I can take no lesse but three crownes for one, I weare out my naked legs and my footes, and my tods, and run hidder and didder to Tamasco for dem.
21); didder foerde (Li); dider foerde (Ru2); woldon to faran (WSCp); to woldon faran (WSA).
d) A self-declaration along with the evidence that the Didder is not black listed by GST authorities.