totter - Ukrainisch
v. хиткий: іти хиткою ходою, трястися, гинути
... Our day will come again and will turn all the tottering fabric of to-day into a true path.
Diana calls on a wavelength to which only the tottering mind is attuned.
He took a step, tottered and fell to the ground, fainting.
He tottered, and Albine had to seat him in an armchair.
His transgression had destroyed his faith, and then dogma had tottered.
My moral influence with them lads,' added Mr Squeers, with deeper gravity, 'is a tottering to its basis.
She stared about wildly a moment, and then tottered forward on her tortoiseshell cane.
Something seemed to be tottering in his head and welling up from his soul apart from his own will.
Then he looked left and saw Eddie ten feet away, at the end of the narrow path and tottering on the edge of the drop.
Well, if you can still totter, bring your alchemy stuff with you.
1. shake: quiver, tremble, oscillate, sway, lurch, slip, slide
2. stagger: stumble, falter, reel, weave, waver, trip