Definition of 'waver'
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There was a lot to miss over the past two months if your concentration wavered. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Daniel no longer held a wavering opinion about his own birth. Daniel Deronda (1876)The verdict rests with the one in eight wavering voters who cannot make up their minds. The Sun (2016)Not once in the match did his concentration waver. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Her voice only wavered a tiny bit when she said the name. Burning Bright (2007)The lack of a clear alternative may put off wavering voters. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is hard to see it winning back many wavering voters. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is hard to imagine that he added any wavering voters to his cause. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Benefit curbs will not be enough to convince many wavering voters. The Sun (2015)Not having enough could cause a build up of toxins in your system and cause your concentration to waver. The Sun (2014)Good management appears to be in short supply, and the support is wavering. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Despite the heat and lack of air there was not a hint of anyone's concentration wavering. Dusty Warriors: Modern Soldiers at War (2006)So violence on the street will bring wavering voters back into the centre-left fold. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Hopefully, wavering voters will take note. The Sun (2015)His concentration wavered, yet he still closed with sufficient menace to suggest he may recapture his pomp. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Joy and I sat and talked in wavering yellow light. Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent (1994)Carmel, "How long are you going to waver between two opinions? Christianity Today (2000)All that really matters is that couture remains a proud flag waver for the nation and, as of recently, one that is sort of making money. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In pain from three fractured vertebrae in his back and neck and with his voice wavering, he alluded to the sons he had left behind in London. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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British English: waver VERB
If you waver, you cannot decide about something or you consider changing your mind about something.
Some military commanders wavered over whether to support the coup.
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