Cows wander the streets, ragged children pester dogs with sticks, tailors teeter past on bicycles balancing bolts of fabric.
They bob and teeter while feeding, and move nervously and quickly over rocks, probing for active prey on the surface.
Right in the middle of the room was Vince, his eyes were only partially open and his body was teetering back and forth.
He pushed them both into the fountain while they were still teetering off balance.
With a heavy thud she slammed into the hat rack, which teetered and tottered before tipping toward her.
She was standing on the edge of the huge rock, teetering , and her reddish-brown hair swung about as she did.
The woman we meet in this book teeters from one fringe position to another, and somehow always remains balanced.
She ran her hands through her hair in a gesture of aggravation and stood, teetering on unsteady legs.
At the very least, feminists should be considering these legal alternatives, while the Court teeters in the balance.
He was swaying dangerously, teetering near the edge of the house.