Synonyms of totter in English:

totter


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verb

1‘she tottered off on her four-inch heels’

SYNONYMS
teeter, walk unsteadily, stagger, wobble, stumble, dodder, shuffle, shamble, falter, reel, toddle, hobble, sway, roll, lurch

2‘the foundations began to heave and totter’

SYNONYMS
shake, sway, tremble, quiver, teeter, shudder, judder, rock, quake, reel, lurch
vibrate, oscillate

3‘the Habsburg Empire was tottering’

SYNONYMS
be unstable, be unsteady, be shaky, be insecure, be precarious, be on the point of collapse, falter
informal wobble