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Noun: dither  di-dhu(r)
  1. An excited state of agitation
    "he was in a dither";
    - pother, fuss, tizzy [informal], flap [informal], tizz [informal]
Verb: dither  di-dhu(r)
  1. Act nervously; be undecided; be uncertain
  2. Make a fuss; be agitated
    - flap, pother
  3. (computing) to smooth jagged edges of a curve by placing shaded pixels between the pixels that make up the curve, usually done by graphics programs
  4. (computing) to create a new colour by displaying a fine pattern of coloured pixels that appears to the eye as a new colour; for example, a pattern of black and white pixels equally spaced would appear as grey

Derived forms: dithering, dithered, dithers

Type of: agitation, fret, fuss, niggle, stew [informal]

Encyclopedia: Dither