The program began to teeter under the weight of its own outsized expectations, questionable staffing decisions, and naivete.
Unaware of their own strength, they teeter on the edge of the victim abyss.
The one-liners, ungrounded in the best of times, now teeter dangerously close to nastiness.
The economy will teeter, one foot over the cliff, while members of Congress soak up the recess sun or swoosh down the ski slopes.
I spect it wabbles,” said Sunny Boy aloud, putting one foot on a stone, which certainly did “teeter.
Take the dollies off the teeter and let them rest for a while and watch you build a church.
teeter placed the ends of the rubber tubes one in each of two glasses before Joe could answer.
“Only punched it a couple of times to see if it was you,” retorted teeter.
Presently the pole was so far over the edge that it began to teeter, when Pedro called to us to go slowly.
From the packages teeter had brought he took some other corks.
1843, "to seesaw," alteration of Middle English titter "move unsteadily," probably from Old Norse titra "to shake, shiver, totter," related to German zittern "to tremble." Noun teeter-totter "see-saw" is attested from 1905.