Upper Northern &amp; Western U.S. See seesaw. (noun)
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Use "teeter-totter" in a sentence
"The girl saw the flash and yelped, and the woman turned to face Pa head-on, the kindling like a teeter-totter on her head."
"The 3-year-old, four-pound Yorkshire, who wore a ribbon in her hair for the event, cleared several hurdles and tunnels, zigzagged through poles and traversed a teeter-totter at an average two yards per second in a race against the clock."
"Much like the two people on this teeter-totter, it can go either way."