All these things shimmered and flickered and wavered in the mirage of noon.
Public confidence, which had been too lightly raised, first wavered, then collapsed.
Vincent wavered in his resolution to confess the truth to Belinda.
She smiled a little, and the hard bloom on her cheeks had not wavered.
If I had only called the angry blood into his face, I would have wavered in my purpose.
But when his eyes met hers there was that in them under which her own wavered.
For a moment, May wavered; then she laid her hand on his arm very tenderly.
Harold wavered an instant: Pall-Mall was still strong in him.
The Russians wavered and then rushed the point from which McCready had fired.
Far in the distance, and below, wavered a faint yellow glow.