tottering

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Unstable, insecure or wobbly
Present participle of totter
Unsteady, precarious or rickety
(of structures or institutions) having lost stability; failing or on the point of collapse; "a tottering empire"
unsteady in gait as from infirmity or old age; "a tottering skeleton of a horse"; "a tottery old man"
unsteady in gait as from infirmity or old age; "a tottering skeleton of a horse"; "a tottery old man
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A rag and bone man
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To walk,move or stand unsteadily or falteringly; threatening to fall

The car tottered on the edge of the cliff.

totter
an unsteady movement or gait
totter
{v} to shake, to be in danger of falling
totter
a very cool person
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move without being stable, as if threatening to fall; "The drunk man tottered over to our table
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move without being stable, as if threatening to fall; "The drunk man tottered over to our table"
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to collect junk or scrap
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{f} stagger, wobble, tremble, sway
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If something such as a market or government is tottering, it is weak and likely to collapse or fail completely. The property market is tottering. further criticism of the tottering government
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walk unsteadily; "small children toddle"
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To shake; to reel; to lean; to waver
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If someone totters somewhere, they walk there in an unsteady way, for example because they are ill or drunk. He tottered to the fridge, got a beer and slumped at the table
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move unsteadily, with a rocking motion
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To shake so as to threaten a fall; to vacillate; to be unsteady; to stagger; as, an old man totters with age
tottering

    Silbentrennung

    tot·ter·ing

    Türkische aussprache

    tätırîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈtätərəɴɢ/ /ˈtɑːtɜrɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'tä-t&r ] (intransitive verb.) 15th century. Middle English toteren.

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