Definition of FALTER

to show uncertainty about the right course of action <William Lloyd Garrison never once faltered in his demand that slavery be unconditionally abolished>
Near Antonyms decide; budge, stir; advance, continue
Antonyms dive (in), plunge (in)
to swing unsteadily back and forth or from side to side <the cut tree seemed to falter for a moment before crashing to the ground>
Synonyms falter, rock, totter, waver, wobble (also wabble)

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