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But no sooner was the 40-year-old activist out of U.S. hands than he began to waver.

The leading tendency here is not toward openness: People waver between frank fascism and latent xenophobia.

He would waver…all of that is to me a measure of the fact that he was troubled and it is pretty clear what he was troubled by.

But that had no appreciable effect on military performance until the top leadership itself began to waver and retreat.

He steeled himself, for he had had his experience of woman's wiles; and his faith in masculine supremacy as a habit did not waver.

He was rather gratified than otherwise to hear that Mr. Puffin had begun to waver in his ideas about celibacy.

Lindsay seemed to waver; her glance went near enough to him to show her that his face had a red tinge of embarrassment.

She drew back from me a little as I came; but her eyes did not waver from mine, and these lured me forward.

But now, to my surprise and horror, when I looked into the eye of my monitor, my own eye would not waver nor admit subjection!


On this page you'll find 95 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to waver, such as: dither, falter, fluctuate, hedge, hesitate, and oscillate.

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