Seesaw [verb]

Definition of Seesaw:

move back and forth

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Sentence/Example of Seesaw:

They are blame and guilt, and they are like the two ends of a seesaw.

That's the way of the world, though, seesaw, one up and the other down.

They seesaw backward and forward, first one way and then the other.

He pressed him to end the seesaw policy of the last six months.

The boys also spin tops, and they play "seesaw," and jump the rope.

A heavy timber which they lifted from across his back, where it had lain like a seesaw, must have all but broken his spine.

We'd be out on the seesaw, but old Miss didn't know what we doin'.

A funny sort of a seesaw is the result, which is the source of much merriment among the spectators.

He was; but earthworks or a massive wooden shield arranged like a seesaw over his gun gave him fair protection.

There came a seesaw rocking, then a rebound, and a heavy thud told where the trunk had fallen.