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- adv. In a faltering manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a faltering manner; with hesitation; with a trembling, broken voice; with difficulty or feebleness.
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- adv. in an unsteady manner
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"If I had another chance ..." she began falteringly.
"What I said ain't what I meant," Martin confessed falteringly, while he made up his mind to throw himself wholly upon the other's mercy.
However falteringly, Europeans are at least coming to grips with the reality that the fossil fuel era is dying, and they are beginning to chart a course into a green future.
After a full quarter-century during which numbers have increased continually and funding only falteringly, universities are already creaking.
The compere encouraged him and, if falteringly, Bishop was off.
“Audrina, I have more to tell you,” said my aunt falteringly.
Roald was by her side when she falteringly opened a single eye.
Love went falteringly, deliciously differently from there.
She paled, then moved past him into the little house and said falteringly to Bess, "My lady, please accept my most sincere condolences for your great loss."
The warder once more reeled off his regulations; the checked trouser legs slid rather falteringly off the bunk and a little old man appeared in the doorway, blinking.