One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘Daisy teetered towards them in her high-heeled boots’
totter, walk unsteadily, wobble, toddle
sway, rock, try to keep one's balance
stagger, stumble, reel, roll, lurch, pitch
2‘the situation teetered between tragedy and farce’
see-saw, veer, fluctuate, oscillate, swing, yo-yo, alternate
North American teeter-totter
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