Synonyms of totter in English:

totter

verb

  • 1 she tottered off on her four-inch heels
  • 2 the foundations began to heave and totter
    shake, sway, tremble, quiver, teeter, shudder, judder, rock, quake, reel, lurch;
    vibrate, oscillate
  • 3 the Habsburg Empire was tottering
    be unstable, be unsteady, be shaky, be insecure, be precarious, be on the point of collapse, falter
    informal wobble
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