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Totter, 1) to shake so as to threaten a fall, to vacillate, to stagger: if th' other two be brained “like us, the state --s,” Tp. III, 2, 8. “our --ing state,” R3 III, 2, 37.
2) to waver, to balance, to be uncertain: “many likelihoods . . . which hung so --ing in the balance that I could neither believe nor misdoubt,” Alls I, 3, 129. “to be thirsty after --ing honour,” Per. III, 2, 40.
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