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 the program is federally funded and the district could have extra help for 20 hours a week.
It has three main environments - Teeter Totter, Number Balance, and Scale.
Members of the House of Lords only have to totter in and collect PS300 (plus expenses) each time they manage to clock in.
pounds 500 Xword THE winner of last week's pounds 500 Xword is Mrs Susan McGaw, Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER: Across: 7 Platinum; 8 Duck; 9 Budget; 10 Lumber; 11 Etna; 12 Damaging; 15 Sidestep; 19 Urge; 21 Ascent; 23 Rotund; 24 Eros; 25 Extended; Down: 1 Flaunt; 2 Stagnate; 3 United; 4 Emblem; 5 Edam; 6 Screen; 13 Axe; 14 Gluttony; 16 Insure; 17 Totter; 18 Pirate; 20 Ginger; 22 East; OPUS GASH HEW PARA R I CA AYE T I DY EMULATED SLU I CE LOG NATAL OBAN SWAGGER GONE U I G EDGES ATE ELAL UTTERED TYRE USHER AWN I NROAD TERR I F I C ABTA AVE P I SA NEON BED ETAL TYPE
I bet he still expects you to totter round the house like a glamour model on heat, though.
CAERSWS defender Colin Reynolds (left) is set to win the totter for the honour of becoming the Welsh Premier's most experienced defender.
Once you land, it's non-stop action all the way - and the guarantee that you totter home fairly exhausted.
The fluffy fledglings totter along behind their boldly marked black and white parents who make sure they don't wander too close to the sea.
It was me in dressing gown and slippers tottering downstairs in the morning to feed my cat -- unable to totter, I might add, without the assistance of walls and furniture to keep me upright.
BRIAN Lara has talked of the mental scar caused him by the West Indies as they totter from one humiliation to another.
THE last time I saw Paul Gascoigne he was trying to totter to his feet after the mildest of training sessions with his new China team-mates.
She comments that with this move, the Government has tottered its position in the name row before the International Court of Justice in the Hague since nobody in Macedonia is able to estimate how many countries that have already recognized us under our constitutional name will vote for Macedonia when the dispute will be found before the General Assembly of the United Nations.
The guys - Daniel "Lion Heart" Lurwell & James "Lights Out" Lilley (pictured below) - simply defended themselves and tottered off in their heels - and my response was "Yes!".
TRUE GRIT Deck the hall with bells and holly Here comes Grandma with her brolly Looking unsteady as she totters in Methinks Grandma's been on the gin.
She's been wearing incredibly high heels all week and at Thursday's Leicester Square premiere of her movie Iron Man, where she tottered in 7in stilettoes, claimed: "They're really comfortable."