Teetering Sentence Examples
Toni pushed both women behind him, and Darian took a teetering step towards him.
Furious, Sofia pushed off the bed coverings and stood, teetering dangerously before deciding to sit again.
The guardsmen stared past her, and Jenn turned at last, horrified to see the obelisk teetering.
Avoid teetering heels or grown up strappy sandals.
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.Advertisement
Each was either teetering on the edge of morbid obesity or was already there.
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.
If you're teetering between a traditional wig and a lace wig, some factors can tip you either way.
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.
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.Advertisement
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jenn glanced over her shoulder and saw the Oracle teetering to her feet with Bianca's assistance.Advertisement
Teetering on the water's edge, overlooking the lagoon, this restored 14th-century, Gothic-style palazzo offers some seriously opulent surroundings.
Even before the foot and mouth outbreak, thousands of small farmers were already teetering on the verge of bankruptcy.
In fact the only problem both films suffer from is that they are constantly teetering on the cusp of disappearing up their own backside.
There 's my study that is stacked high with teetering piles of children 's books.
A climb up bedrock about five foot high with very large and 1 medium teetering boulders, resting on the edge.Advertisement
Teetering on the tacky side, this theme bar would be more at home in Disneyland than in the deep south.
Prudence, who at 29 is teetering at the edge of spinsterhood, is an attractive, educated working girl.
Paul does his best to look after his mother and his brother, but Mel is teetering pretty close to the edge.
There 's us teetering around on severely shortened lengths of flaky drainpipe.
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.Advertisement
Wedges are great for giving short girls a little height boost without the difficulty of teetering on heels.