Thesaurus / wavering

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They were greeted with a wavering shout—which immediately died away.

LilithGeorge MacDonald

There was a crystal jug filled with cold water and sunshine, and it threw a wavering light on the damask.

The Sea and the JungleH. M. Tomlinson

But it was an appeal to the wavering minds in the North, and upon them it made a profound impression.

The long heavy ends whirled in opposite directions and wrapped themselves tightly about her wavering bonnet.

New Chronicles of RebeccaKate Douglas Wiggin

It was commonly reported that the Committee was wavering, and that the Constitution would turn towards monarchy.

Lectures on the French RevolutionJohn Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton

The English saw it bearing down upon them, and instantly there was wavering in their ranks.

A Heroine of FranceEvelyn Everett-Green

Soon these phantom lakes began to flood the prairie with a wavering shimmer.

She pauses for confirmation—is, in fact, wavering about the correctness of her own position, and weakly seeking reassurance.

Somehow GoodWilliam de Morgan

The wavering of the mental balance, which might have been restored an hour ago, was over for ever.

A Widow's Tale and Other StoriesMrs. (Margaret) Oliphant

Already some of the inner ring were wavering and staggering under the effects of the deadly urari poison.

The Inca EmeraldSamuel Scoville

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