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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
And when he stooped over to pick up his child he turned into a sand-snipe, and the baby turned into a little teeter-snipe.
AW-AW-TAM INDIAN NIGHTSJ. WILLIAM LLOYD
A few birds flew up from along the shore, some of them "teeter" snipe that had been feeding.
But betwixt the pair of you you've nigh druv two old women crazy, and set the whole village a-teeter.
THE BRASS BOUND BOXEVELYN RAYMOND
Presently the pole was so far over the edge that it began to teeter, when Pedro called to us to go slowly.
They teeter around on the stage and sing in the English language, but their clothes are peculiar.
Another dainty person who haunts these same shallows is the spotted sandpiper, the much loved "teeter-tail."
It was, Kirk thought, like standing in a gully, watching a boulder teeter precariously above you.
And let's see—Peter Piper himself would be coming soon, would he not, to teeter and picnic along some pleasant Brazilian shore?
BIRD STORIESEDITH M. PATCH

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