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To move from side to side or up and down in short, irregular, often jerky movements:
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  1. To move from side to side or up and down in short, irregular, often jerky movements:
  2. To brandish or wave, especially in anger:
  3. To cause to tremble, vibrate, or rock:
A relatively hard, naturally occurring mineral material. Rock can consist of a single mineral or of several minerals that are either tightly compacted or held together by a cementlike mineral matrix. The three main types of rock are igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic.
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  1. A relatively hard, naturally occurring mineral material. Rock can consist of a single mineral or of several minerals that are either tightly compacted or held together by a cementlike mineral matrix. The three main types of rock are igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic.
  2. (Music) To play or dance to rock music.
  3. To excite or cause strong feeling in, as by playing rock music.
To caulk, clean, or repair (a ship in this position)
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  1. To caulk, clean, or repair (a ship in this position)
  2. To move forward rapidly, especially with a swaying motion or with minimal control; career:
  3. To cause (a ship) to lean or lie on one side, as on a beach, for cleaning, repairs, etc.
To roll or pitch suddenly or erratically:
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  1. To roll or pitch suddenly or erratically:
  2. (Archaic) To prevent (a person) from getting his fair share of something
  3. To roll, pitch, or sway suddenly forward or to one side
To shiver or shudder, as with cold or from strong emotion.
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  1. To shiver or shudder, as with cold or from strong emotion.
  2. To tremble or shake, as the ground does in an earthquake
  3. To shake or tremble, as from instability or shock.
To quiver, quake, totter, vibrate, etc.
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  1. To quiver, quake, totter, vibrate, etc.
  2. To shake involuntarily, as from excitement or anger; quake.
  3. To feel fear or anxiety:
(Intransitive) To use a seesaw.
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  1. (Intransitive) To use a seesaw.
  2. To cause to move backward and forward in seesaw fashion.
  3. To change back and forth from one condition or situation to another:
To totter, wobble, waver, etc.
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  1. To totter, wobble, waver, etc.
  2. To move or sway unsteadily or unsurely; totter.
  3. To alternate, as between opposing attitudes or positions; vacillate.
To shake or tremble, as from old age; totter.
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  1. To shake or tremble, as from old age; totter.
  2. To move in a feeble, unsteady manner.
  3. (Intransitive) To shake or tremble as one moves, especially as of old age or childhood; to totter.
To collapse:
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  1. To collapse:
  2. (Intransitive) To become wrinkled.
  3. To fall or break down; collapse
To cause to incline or bend:
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  1. To cause to incline or bend:
  2. To cause (a person, an opinion, actions, etc.) to be inclined a certain way or be turned from a given course; influence or divert
  3. To incline or bend to one side; veer:
To waver or vacillate in one's opinions or feelings.
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  1. To waver or vacillate in one's opinions or feelings.
  2. To waver in one's opinions, etc.; vacillate
  3. To shake or tremble, as jelly does
To strike or happen (upon a person or thing) without design; to fall or light by chance; with on, upon, or against.
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  1. To strike or happen (upon a person or thing) without design; to fall or light by chance; with on, upon, or against.
  2. To trip or miss one's step in walking, running, etc.
  3. (Intransitive) To trip or fall; to walk clumsily.
To move uncertainly or unsteadily; totter; stumble
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  1. To move uncertainly or unsteadily; totter; stumble
  2. To become weak, ineffective, or unsteady, especially in performance:
  3. To act hesitantly; show uncertainty; waver; flinch
To catch (a person) in a lie, error, etc.
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  1. To catch (a person) in a lie, error, etc.
  2. (Slang) To experience a trip
  3. To walk, run, or dance with light, rapid steps; skip; caper
To twist or interlace (straw, wicker, etc.) so as to form something
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  1. To twist or interlace (straw, wicker, etc.) so as to form something
  2. To introduce (another element) into a complex whole; work in:
  3. To work (details, incidents, etc.) into a story, poem, etc.
In a zigzag course
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  1. In a zigzag course
  2. In a zigzag manner or pattern.
  3. To move in or form a zigzag:
To feel dizzy:
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  1. To feel dizzy:
  2. To give way or fall back; sway, waver, or stagger as from being struck
  3. To go round and round in a whirling motion:
To take part in social activity, as at a party or nightclub, in an unrestrained, often boisterous, manner
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  1. To take part in social activity, as at a party or nightclub, in an unrestrained, often boisterous, manner
  2. (Music) To play or dance to rock music.
  3. To excite or cause strong feeling in, as by playing rock music.
To wrap (something) round and round upon itself or around something else. Often used with up:
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  1. To wrap (something) round and round upon itself or around something else. Often used with up:
  2. To cause to begin moving or operating:
  3. To start to move or operate:
To move from side to side as a result of uneven rotation
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  1. To move from side to side as a result of uneven rotation
  2. To waver or vacillate in one's opinions or feelings.
  3. To waver in one's opinions, etc.; vacillate
To move in a certain direction with a swaying or unsteady motion:
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  1. To move in a certain direction with a swaying or unsteady motion:
  2. To tremble or quaver in sound, as of the voice or a musical note.
  3. To become unsteady; begin to give way; falter
To pause; stop momentarily
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  1. To pause; stop momentarily
  2. To be reluctant; not be sure that one should
  3. To stop because of indecision; pause or delay in acting, choosing, or deciding because of feeling unsure; waver
(Old Poet.) To rule; reign; hold sway
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  1. (Old Poet.) To rule; reign; hold sway
  2. To incline or bend to one side; veer:
  3. (Nautical) To hoist (a mast or yard) into position.
To be close to or in danger of failure or ruin:
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  1. To be close to or in danger of failure or ruin:
  2. To alternate, as between opposing attitudes or positions; vacillate.
  3. To move or sway unsteadily or unsurely; totter.
To be unable to choose between different courses of action or opinions; waver:
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  1. To be unable to choose between different courses of action or opinions; waver:
  2. To change between one state and another; fluctuate:
  3. To sway to and fro; waver; totter; stagger
To become diverted:
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  1. To become diverted:
  2. To move in a certain direction with a swaying or unsteady motion:
  3. To swing or sway to and fro; flutter
To twist or interlace (something) into, through, or among
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  1. To twist or interlace (something) into, through, or among
  2. To interweave or combine (elements) into a complex whole:
  3. To form (threads) into a fabric
To move from side to side as a result of uneven rotation
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  1. To move from side to side as a result of uneven rotation
  2. To waver or vacillate in one's opinions or feelings.
  3. To waver in one's opinions, etc.; vacillate
To move unsteadily or haltingly; stumble:
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  1. To move unsteadily or haltingly; stumble:
  2. To move uncertainly or unsteadily; totter; stumble
  3. To act hesitantly; show uncertainty; waver; flinch
To roll, pitch, or sway suddenly forward or to one side
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  1. To roll, pitch, or sway suddenly forward or to one side
  2. To roll or pitch suddenly or erratically:
  3. (Archaic) To prevent (a person) from getting his fair share of something
To go round and round in a whirling motion:
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  1. To go round and round in a whirling motion:
  2. To be thrown off balance or fall back:
  3. To feel dizzy:
To arrange (periods of activity, duties, etc.) so as to avoid crowding, provide for continuity of expertise, etc.
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  1. To arrange (periods of activity, duties, etc.) so as to avoid crowding, provide for continuity of expertise, etc.
  2. To arrange (the wings of a biplane) so that the leading edge of one wing is either ahead of or behind the leading edge of the other wing.
  3. (Sports) To arrange (the start of a race) with the starting point in the outside lanes progressively closer to the finish line so as to neutralize the advantage of competing in the shorter inside lanes.
To come by chance; happen
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  1. To come by chance; happen
  2. (Intransitive) To trip or fall; to walk clumsily.
  3. To strike or happen (upon a person or thing) without design; to fall or light by chance; with on, upon, or against.
To alternate, as between opposing attitudes or positions; vacillate.
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  1. To alternate, as between opposing attitudes or positions; vacillate.
  2. To move or sway unsteadily or unsurely; totter.
  3. To totter, wobble, waver, etc.
To twist or interlace (something) into, through, or among
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  1. To twist or interlace (something) into, through, or among
  2. To construct by interlacing or interweaving strips or strands of material:
  3. To interlace (threads, for example) into cloth.
To move from side to side as a result of uneven rotation
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  1. To move from side to side as a result of uneven rotation
  2. To waver or vacillate in one's opinions or feelings.
  3. To waver in one's opinions, etc.; vacillate
Find another word for totter. In this page you can discover 43 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for totter, like: shake, rock, careen, lurch, quake, tremble, seesaw, teeter, dodder, crumple and sway.