Definition of Teeterboards

1. Noun. (plural of teeterboard) ¹



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Definition of Teeterboards

1. teeterboard [n] - See also: teeterboard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teeterboards

teeshirt
teeshirted
teeshirts
teest
teests
teet
teetan
teetee
teeter
teeter-tail
teeter-totter
teeter-totters
teeterboard
teeterboarder
teeterboarders
teeterboards (current term)
teetered
teetering
teeteringly
teeters
teetertotter
teetertottered
teetertottering
teetertotters
teethbrush
teethe
teethed
teether
teethers

Literary usage of Teeterboards

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1. Problems of Child Welfare by George Benjamin Mangold (1914)
"The portion allotted to the small child contains a wading pool absolutely safe, swings, teeterboards, and similar apparatus, as well as sand bins, ..."

2. Problems of Child Welfare by George Benjamin Mangold (1914)
"Usually these playgrounds contain sand gardens, swings, teeterboards, and some additional apparatus, besides space for games of various kinds. ..."

3. Child Problems by George Benjamin Mangold (1914)
"gardens, swings, teeterboards, and some additional apparatus, besides space for games of various kinds. In the middle of the sand garden is a covered ..."

4. Child Problems by George Benjamin Mangold (1910)
"THE PLAYGROUND MOVEMENT gardens, swings, teeterboards, and some additional apparatus, besides space for games of various kinds. ..."

5. Child Problems by George Benjamin Mangold (1910)
"gardens, swings, teeterboards, and some additional apparatus, besides space for games of various kinds. In the middle of the sand garden is a covered ..."

6. What is a Kindergarten? by George Hansen (1901)
"... swings, and teeterboards. We find room for a spot of green and use the narrow strips along the property- line for toy-gardens. ..."

7. What is a Kindergarten? by George Hansen (1901)
"... swings, and teeterboards. We find room for a spot of green and use the narrow strips along the property- line for toy-gardens. ..."

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