from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. stumbling, staggering; with the movement of one who is tipsy
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Staggering; tottering; stumbling.
So, here she went, "titubant" (= staggering) from one cardinal point to the next ... and stopped.
Their loud affirmative voice contrasts strongly with the titubant accents of the intellect.
At any rate I gave way, muttering something pettish, I expect, and I escorted my titubant doxy, who was now frothing at the mouth, through the crowd which had begun to collect and up to her room on this landing.