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  • 1 tilt — I. n. 1. Covering overhead, tent. 2. Awning, canopy. 3. Thrust, pass, allonge, lunge. 4. Encounter, combat (as a practice of arms). joust. 5. Slant (as of a barrel for discharging a liquor), slope, inclination, cant. 6. Tilt hammer …

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  • 2 teeter — /tee teuhr/, Chiefly Northern U.S. v.i. 1. to move unsteadily. 2. to ride a seesaw; teetertotter. v.t. 3. to tip (something) up and down; move unsteadily. n. 4. a seesaw motion; wobble. 5. a seesaw; teetertotter. [1835 45; var. of dial. titter,… …

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  • 3 George Bush Park — The Buffalo Bayou in southern George Bush Park. Type public park, wildlife sanctuary Location Houston, Texas …

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  • 4 Nuthin' but a "G" Thang — Single infobox | Name = Nuthin but a G Thang Artist = Dr. Dre Snoop Dogg from Album = The Chronic Released = January 19 1993 Format = 12 single Recorded = 1992 Genre = Gangsta rap, G Funk, West Coast hip hop Length = 3:58 Label = Death Row 53816… …

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  • 5 back and forth — Synonyms and related words: alternate, alternately, back and forth, backward and forward, backwards and forwards, capriciously, changeably, desultorily, erratically, hitch and hike, in and out, inconstantly, mutatis mutandis, off and on, on and… …

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  • 6 off and on — Synonyms and related words: alternately, at irregular intervals, at random, back and forth, backward and forward, backwards and forwards, brokenly, by catches, by fits, by jerks, by snatches, by turns, capriciously, changeably, desultorily,… …

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  • 7 round and round — Synonyms and related words: alternately, anticlockwise, around, back and forth, backward and forward, backwards and forwards, by turns, capriciously, changeably, clockwise, counterclockwise, desultorily, erratically, every other, head over heels …

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  • 8 to and fro — Synonyms and related words: alternately, back and forth, backward and forward, backwards and forwards, by turns, capriciously, changeably, desultorily, erratically, every other, hitch and hike, in and out, in rotation, in turns, inconstantly,… …

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  • 9 teeter — tee•ter [[t]ˈti tər[/t]] v. i. 1) dial. to move unsteadily 2) to waver; fluctuate 3) dial. to ride a seesaw; teetertotter 4) dial. a seesaw; teetertotter • Etymology: 1835–45; var. of dial. titter, ME titeren < ON titra tremble …

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  • 10 seesaw — I noun a plaything consisting of a board balanced on a fulcrum; the board is ridden up and down by children at either end • Syn: ↑teeter, ↑teeter totter, ↑teetertotter, ↑teeterboard, ↑tilting board, ↑dandle board …

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