Similar words: littering, muttering, flattering, chattering, stuttering, clattering, scattering, smattering. Meaning: ['tɑtə(r) /'tɒt-] adj. 1. unsteady in gait as from infirmity or old age 2. (of structures or institutions) having lost stability; failing or on the point of collapse.
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1, The company is tottering on the edge of bankruptcy.
2, She walked slowly with tottering steps.
3, It was the last decision of a tottering government.
4, The property market is tottering.
5, I saw Slim tottering along and joined him.
6, The country's welfare system is tottering toward collapse.
7, The worm-eaten foundations of Babylon were tottering.
8, Now he gapes at the cup and saucer, tottering at the end of his extended arm.
9, No one in the cars had seen the tottering figure further down the road.
10, He disappeared between two tottering wooden buildings and was enclosed by lines of faded laundry.
11, One of them comes tottering up to him, falls, and pitches a red plastic fire-engine at his feet.
12, Hindu rule was already tottering before Muslim penetration.
13, The authoritarian government was tottering.
14, As he reached the end of the willow grove, a tottering cobblestone bridge resting on wooden stanchions appeared on his left.
15, Bathe small Yuan whether ambition presently the blossom shriveling away is common, the entire individual is always tottering.
16, Tu Weiyueh smiled grimly, feeling that his " regime " really was tottering this time.
17, With power and to spare we must pursue the tottering foe.
18, The baby began to crawl,(http://sentencedict.com/tottering.html) then managed her first tottering steps.
19, It waddled towards the pool, looking less like a predator than like an elderly sumo wrestler tottering uncertainly towards a bout with a reigning champion.
20, And I think sometimes on the teeter-totter of each of those three dimensions were teetering where I wish we were tottering a little more as our products are more complicated.
21, When later, grown - up, I went to Hangzhou and saw this tottering pagoda, I felt uncomfortable.
22, He remembered back into the fight to the moment when he had Sandel swaying and tottering on the hair-line balance of defeat.
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