Antonyms for vacillates

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Panic-stricken, he vacillates, supplicating Our Lady to save him.

Whoever cannot be bribed by ten dollars, but vacillates, will be bribed by twenty-five or fifty.

If he projects, he vacillates between an extravagant and morbid deification, and a spiteful contempt of his physician.

Is it to be wondered at, if many a modern mother, in this predicament, vacillates between the two?

Thus, in such a moment conditions become unsatisfactory, the soldier very quickly feels that the hand that holds him vacillates.

Beyond a doubt, Mr. Buchanan is faithful to the slaveholding class, as Mr. Fillmore vacillates between it and its opponents.

Between these ifs he vacillates, swung like a ship on stormy waters, touching heaven and hell.

Thought dies out before him, the will is unseated and vacillates, we are cowed like Antony beside Cæsar.

He vacillates abominably and forever between two irreconcilable desires.

He vacillates unceasingly and takes turn by turn the most opposing viewpoints.