Thesaurus / teetering

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Its simple machinery had rusted; its tracks ran askew with decay upon their warped underpinning of teetering struts.

The TemperingCharles Neville Buck

This naturally impeded our progress; but there was more in the teetering than that.

Before AdamJack London

Once I looked back and saw the Chatterer still chanting and teetering.

Before AdamJack London

He pulled out a chair and, teetering perilously for an instant on his crutches, made ready to sit down.

Rich Man, Poor ManMaximilian Foster

Another, teetering high on the plumy crest of a shadowing elm, was emptying its heart of melody.

CursedGeorge Allan England

Then she flew to the log where Peter Piper had been teetering up and down, and what she said to him I do not know.

Bird StoriesEdith M. Patch

Pink had no alternative; the lives of all his men hung in that teetering balance.

Almost confidently now he began the jouncing and teetering and rocking as before.

Miss Billy MarriedEleanor H. Porter

Bat-umbrellas, Teetering, balancing, Where will you spread your wings to-night?

Goblins and PagodasJohn Gould Fletcher

Ever the armored men fled from it, and ever was it swifter than they, teetering at their heels on its tripod legs.

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