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Others, holding to the side of the building, felt with stupefaction the boards totter beneath their touch.
A LOST HEROELIZABETH STUART PHELPS WARD AND HERBERT D. WARD
Another glass and another fifteen minutes; a third glass, and hour's walk; after which allowed to totter home, and breakfast.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 93, SEPTEMBER 24, 1887VARIOUS
They could see his feet totter; all held breath—the moat was very deep; he recovered, ran on.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
There was a great shock, and the cabin seemed to totter on the brink of the chasm.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S BRAVERYBURT L. STANDISH
If the old almsfolk wished to pray to God daily, they might totter three-quarters of a mile up to the Minster.
YORKSHIRE ODDITIES, INCIDENTS AND STRANGE EVENTSS. BARING-GOULD
Several times Jack felt Bill totter and sway; he was fast being swept back into the deeper water.
A CHAPTER OF ADVENTURESG. A. HENTY
The maker had pride in his work, and, to see it totter and tumble, was a misfortune he would avert with his life—or fall with it.
UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM
But the son has now left the father to totter on alone, and the daughter has outstripped the mother in the race.
THE PORTLAND SKETCH BOOKVARIOUS
A broad and massive teeter-board was brought in, and balanced across a support about two feet high.
KINGS IN EXILESIR CHARLES GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS
Instantly King descended from his pedestal, ran over to the teeter-board, and mounted it at the centre.
KINGS IN EXILESIR CHARLES GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO TEETER-TOTTER

  • balancing
  • dangling
  • faltering
  • fluttering
  • lurching
  • pivoting
  • quivering
  • reeling
  • rocking
  • seesawing
  • staggering
  • stammering
  • stumbling
  • swaying
  • teeter-tottering
  • toppling
  • tottering
  • trembling
  • trembling precariously
  • wavering
  • weaving
  • wiggling
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