waver


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Synonyms for waver

hesitate

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Synonyms for waver

to move back and forth or from side to side, as if about to fall

to be irresolute in acting or doing

to change one's attitudes or policies, for example

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someone who communicates by waving

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the act of pausing uncertainly

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the act of moving back and forth

pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness

be unsure or weak

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move hesitatingly, as if about to give way

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move or sway in a rising and falling or wavelike pattern

move back and forth very rapidly

sway to and fro

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give off unsteady sounds, alternating in amplitude or frequency

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Cultural examples range from the love/hate relationship Third Wavers have with the icon Barbie to the revelry of drag kings using extreme masculine personas.
Thomas, of Taunton Street, Waver tree, and Griffiths, of no fixed address, were both due to appear before Liverpool Magistrates' Court today.
Little also says that investors with 401(k) plans, "should continue to put money in them and not waver from investing.
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MANILA -- The Comprehensive Agreement on Bangsamoro holds the promise of a "better future," but the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) must not waver in seeing through its completion, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Thursday.
Last week's serieslevelling eight-wicket win in Colombo was a welcome relief and asked if he had seen Strauss' conviction waver, team director Flower said: "No, not once.
Washington, Jan 7 (ANI): Demi Lovato thinks that god keeps "throwing crap" at her but her faith and belief in the Supreme Being never waver.
PETER Mooney's letter (ECHO, August 7) headlined Regeneration For All would have been funny had it not been for the tragic consequences 'regeneration' has had for the communities of Edge Hill and Waver tree Road.
There is a simple integrity in the conclusion of the poem "Fall Light." "I have not chosen to promenade with the powerful/and ungenerous, nor waver, nor sell out gladly,/nor suffer deceivers, nor see my own darkness lightly." Somehow this collection convinces us that these words are true not only of these poems, but of the poet himself.
John Roper from Waver tree Car Centre failed in his bid to win council permission to keep steel cladding on the boundary walls in High Street in Waver tree conservation area.
Rawles's craft may occasionally waver under the burden of delineating Camille's five other children, not to mention assorted grandkids, spouses, and neighbors, but it comes back strongly whenever Camille enters her kitchen.
They often waver within a paradigm of morality and emotion.
"Ackman-Ziff continues to service a "who's who" of owners throughout the country because we never waver from our focus on being the highest regarded capital advisory firm in the real estate industry.
HANDSWORTH residents have joined forces with community officials in a bid to successfully redevelop Waver Hill Park.
Park Road sports centre, in Toxteth; Austin Rawlins on sports centre, in Speke; and Liverpool Tennis Centre, in Waver tree; are the three affected.