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- adj. Fluctuating; being in doubt; undetermined; indecisive; uncertain; unsteady.
- v. Present participle of waver.
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- n. indecision in speech or action
- adj. uncertain in purpose or action
- n. the quality of being unsteady and subject to changes
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Sarah was standing in the doorway, her expression wavering between revulsion and amazement.
In the silence, staring at the green light on the stereo, she could almost hear how the song would end, with the single sustained note of the violin wavering over the fading guitar.
She tried to make her voice sound calm and confident but instead it slid out in wavering, nervy tones.
Just standing in the VW dealership the other day, I could feel myself wavering from the Mazda path – which is exactly what happened the last time I was shopping for a new car.
The simple truth is that Obama shows no sign of wavering from the central promises of his campaign, even though he has been given every opportunity to do so.
This time, however, he radiated a scent that seemed to leap off of him in wavering tendrils of pure odor.
Dr. Shane, her expression wavering between grief and anger, stood as the detectives came into the room and walked toward them.
Walter seems very near me – if I could just sweep aside the thin wavering little veil that hangs between, I could see him – just as he saw the Pied Piper the night before Courcelette.
The wavering is caused by the absence of accent on ful, for she pronounces full correctly.
The aspen and the lime are also used; but deal or willow-wood is too light, and the arrows made of these woods have an uncertain wavering flight.