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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The meeting ended without an agreement, but within the next few days the other buyer wavered just long enough for CBS to move into position to sign a contract.
Kobi's vision for Wintegra has not wavered since its inception, and this award is an independent affirmation of his success as its leader.
Exactly why Floyd wavered is not known, although sources cited several reasons: He could be a prime candidate for the LSU job if the Tigers make a coaching change after the season.
Reforms and changes in governance have come and gone in the last fifty years but the simple formula to create a successful school has never wavered.
Their payroll in 2003-04 wavered between $43 million-$48 million due to an influx of minor-league players brought up to replace injured veterans.
SER's commitment to the teleservices industry has never wavered.
My mother and father have never wavered in their love to one another, to their children or to their faith.
Despite the early setbacks in the lower California federal courts, we never wavered from that commitment or our belief that in the end justice based on the rule of law would prevail.
Although the Bengals wavered on who to make the No.
Kevin Baudhuin, president, Industrial and Special Products North America, says BOC has never wavered in its commitment to the distributor business.
Hoover 1, Eisenhower 0: Though the defense behind her committed five errors, Anna Schnitger's concentration never wavered.
And, though views on the economy had wavered in recent months, survey participants planned to move full speed ahead with their personal investments, with a whopping 83.
25 to kill the project and haven't wavered since then.
Although Synbiotics' confidence in its position and commitment to protecting patents has never wavered, this settlement is in the best interest of all parties," said Paul R.
The boy wavered for a moment as the other student who had been restraining him let him go, then fell flat on his face, said Jesse Williams, 12.