Teetering



verb (used without object)
1.
to move unsteadily.
2.
to ride a seesaw; teetertotter.
verb (used with object)
3.
to tip (something) up and down; move unsteadily.
noun
4.
a seesaw motion; wobble.
5.
a seesaw; teetertotter.
verb
1.
to move or cause to move unsteadily; wobble
noun, verb
2.
another word for seesaw

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