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synonyms for waver

  • dither
  • falter
  • fluctuate
  • hedge
  • hesitate
  • oscillate
  • pause
  • quiver
  • seesaw
  • shake
  • sway
  • teeter
  • tremble
  • vacillate
  • vary
  • waffle
  • wobble
  • change
  • deliberate
  • dilly-dally
  • flicker
  • halt
  • palter
  • reel
  • stagger
  • totter
  • trim
  • undulate
  • wave
  • weave
  • yo-yo
  • be irresolute
  • be unable to decide
  • blow hot and cold
  • hem and haw
  • pussyfoot around
  • run hot and cold
  • whiffle
See also synonyms for: unwaveringly / unwavering / wavered / wavering

antonyms for waver

MOST RELEVANT
  • calm
  • continue
  • persist
  • remain
  • stay
  • steady
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How to use waver in a sentence

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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.
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He was rather gratified than otherwise to hear that Mr. Puffin had begun to waver in his ideas about celibacy.
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Lindsay seemed to waver; her glance went near enough to him to show her that his face had a red tinge of embarrassment.
HILDASARAH JEANETTE DUNCAN
She drew back from me a little as I came; but her eyes did not waver from mine, and these lured me forward.
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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!
THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
Now as you are about to approach a part of our journey where fortitude is necessary, behold, you waver as a little child might.
ETIDORHPA OR THE END OF EARTH.JOHN URI LLOYD
The Crusaders on all sides begin to waver, and the infidels shout for joy.
WITH SPURS OF GOLDFRANCES NIMMO GREENE
Cecil felt that every word he had spoken was good and true, and that he would not waver in his purpose for an instant.
SWORD AND GOWNGEORGE A. LAWRENCE
Now and then the standard would waver, but quickly its bearer would adjust it in the ring with an energetic jerk.
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WORDS RELATED TO WAVER

  • act reciprocally
  • alter
  • blow hot and cold
  • change
  • come and go
  • exchange
  • fill in for
  • fluctuate
  • follow
  • follow in turn
  • interchange
  • intersperse
  • oscillate
  • relieve
  • rotate
  • seesaw
  • shift
  • shilly-shally
  • substitute
  • sway
  • vacillate
  • vary
  • waver
  • yo-yo
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.