totter


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Synonyms for totter

stagger

be unstable

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  • be unstable
  • falter
  • be insecure
  • be shaky
  • be precarious
  • be unsteady
  • be on the point of collapse

Synonyms for totter

to move back and forth or from side to side, as if about to fall

Synonyms for totter

move without being stable, as if threatening to fall

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walk unsteadily

move unsteadily, with a rocking motion

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Totter said she has started looking for other services and has asked the existing company if it would be less costly if the district were to buy their own box for $1,500 that the company would pick up when full.
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Even when he can barely totter from his motorized wheelchair, he still opens the seats in the choir for the monks marching in because he can do it and it needs doing.
Magistrates who could have treated you as a totter, chose not to.
Of course we all know that booze is the real reason we totter out of those lovely places a somewhat bloated is the booze.
John, when he could do no more than totter down to the church and say: "Little children, love one another," to resign his apostolate, and make room for a younger and more active man
Members of the House of Lords only have to totter in and collect PS300 (plus expenses) each time they manage to clock in.
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Coleen McLoughlin, girlfriend of England star Wayne Rooney, has big ambitions to totter down the famous cobbles of Coronation Street.
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Of the 145 known species of Neotropical parrots, 46 totter near extinction.
Yet just a few years later, Warhol would totter down runways as a professional Zoli model.
Boeing's business continues to be affected by the absence of demand from the airline industry which continues to totter on bankruptcy.
Theorists predict that these silicon pairs, or dimers, should be most reactive when other atoms or molecules catch them midway between a teeter and a totter, when the two silicon atoms are on an even plane.