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dither (v.)

1640s, "to quake, tremble," phonetic variant of Middle English didderen (late 14c.), which is of uncertain origin. The sense of "vacillate in opinion, be indecisive" is from 1908. Related: Dithered; dithering.

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Definitions of dither
1
dither (v.)
act nervously; be undecided; be uncertain;
dither (v.)
make a fuss; be agitated;
Synonyms: flap / pother
2
dither (n.)
an excited state of agitation;
he was in a dither
Synonyms: pother / fuss / tizzy / flap
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