Examples of waver in a Sentence
people who are still wavering between the two candidates
They never wavered in their support for their leader.
Despite the changes, he did not waver from his plan to retire.
The kite wavered in the wind.
Synonym Discussion of waver
- the door suddenly swung open
- trees swaying in the breeze
- an oscillating fan
- the vibrating strings of a piano
- fluctuating interest rates
- the exhausted runner wavered before collapsing
- an undulating sea of grass
- hesitated before answering the question
- wavered in his support of the rebels
- vacillated until events were out of control
- never once faltered during her testimony
WAVER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of waver for English Language Learners
: to go back and forth between choices or opinions : to be uncertain about what you think about something or someone
: to move back and forth in an unsteady way
: to become unsteady because of weakness, emotion, tiredness, etc.
WAVER Defined for Kids
Definition of waver for Students
- The music of the flutes wavered …
- —Lloyd Alexander, Time Cat
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