Teetering sentence examples

  • Toni pushed both women behind him, and Darian took a teetering step towards him.

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  • Furious, Sofia pushed off the bed coverings and stood, teetering dangerously before deciding to sit again.

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  • The guardsmen stared past her, and Jenn turned at last, horrified to see the obelisk teetering.

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  • teetering piles of children's books.

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  • Wedges are great for giving short girls a little height boost without the difficulty of teetering on heels.

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  • Avoid teetering heels or grown up strappy sandals.

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  • They're very durable, so you don't have to spend the night before your wedding dreaming of collapsed cake towers, smudged icing, or a teetering top layer.

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  • Each was either teetering on the edge of morbid obesity or was already there.

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  • While she still maintains a large die-hard fan base, her career is teetering on the brink of oblivion and more importantly, so is her life.

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  • If you're teetering between a traditional wig and a lace wig, some factors can tip you either way.

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  • Though it's tempting to wear a pair of cute ballet flats, the truth is that liquid leggings look better with a pair of teetering, sky-high heels.

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  • Beyond that, they add height and can be a lifesaver for women who don't necessarily feel comfortable teetering around town in sky-high heels.

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  • The flat, straight wedge surface is surely a far cry from a teetering stiletto heel, and for some can even prove more comfortable than a low-profile pump.

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  • Striking and not at all demure, the shoes are more than a little sexy - and that's all thanks to the teetering heels and little flashes of red that show with each step.

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  • Supermodels strut their stuff in teetering heels that seem impossibly daunting, and these shoes are often paired with just about anything in a woman's closet.

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  • While a stiletto heel causes pain over time, the wedge heel is completely uniform with the ground, so the foot runs less of a risk of teetering.

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  • Jenn glanced over her shoulder and saw the Oracle teetering to her feet with Bianca's assistance.

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  • Teetering on the water's edge, overlooking the lagoon, this restored 14th-century, Gothic-style palazzo offers some seriously opulent surroundings.

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  • teetering boulders, resting on the edge.

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  • teetering on the tacky side, this theme bar would be more at home in Disneyland than in the deep south.

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  • teetering at the edge of spinsterhood, is an attractive, educated working girl.

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  • teetering pretty close to the edge.

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  • But all over the world constitutional democracies are now teetering on a 50:50 basis.

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  • Even before the foot and mouth outbreak, thousands of small farmers were already teetering on the verge of bankruptcy.

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  • In fact the only problem both films suffer from is that they are constantly teetering on the cusp of disappearing up their own backside.

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  • teetering around on severely shortened lengths of flaky drainpipe.

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  • There 's my study that is stacked high with teetering piles of children 's books.

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  • A climb up bedrock about five foot high with very large and 1 medium teetering boulders, resting on the edge.

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  • Teetering on the tacky side, this theme bar would be more at home in Disneyland than in the deep south.

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  • Prudence, who at 29 is teetering at the edge of spinsterhood, is an attractive, educated working girl.

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  • Paul does his best to look after his mother and his brother, but Mel is teetering pretty close to the edge.

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  • There 's us teetering around on severely shortened lengths of flaky drainpipe.

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  • Contrary to what the threatening letters would imply, everything is negotiable -- especially if you're up to your ears in debt and the lender realizes he's teetering on the edge of getting nothing.

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