verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Origin of teeter
Words nearby teeter
How to use teeter in a sentence
The program began to teeter under the weight of its own outsized expectations, questionable staffing decisions, and naivete.
It is a moment in history worth remembering as we once more teeter on a historical precipice.
The economy will teeter, one foot over the cliff, while members of Congress soak up the recess sun or swoosh down the ski slopes.Robert Shrum: Obama Won Election & Will Win Again on Fiscal Cliff|Robert Shrum|December 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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.
A broad and massive teeter-board was brought in, and balanced across a support about two feet high.
Instantly King descended from his pedestal, ran over to the teeter-board, and mounted it at the centre.
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 Nights|J. William Lloyd
A few birds flew up from along the shore, some of them "teeter" snipe that had been feeding.The Boy Scouts' First Camp Fire|Herbert Carter
But betwixt the pair of you you've nigh druv two old women crazy, and set the whole village a-teeter.The Brass Bound Box|Evelyn Raymond