waverer

NOUN
  1. one who hesitates (usually out of fear)
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How To Use waverer In A Sentence

  • The strength of his argument convinced the last few waverers.
  • Decisive during the simplicities of battle, without her he would forever be a waverer in the complexities of peace: more Hamlet, indeed, than Macbeth.
  • It is constantly seen that the waverer, of nervous atrabiliar constitution, no sooner overcomes the agony of irresolution, than he flings himself on his object with a vindictive tenacity that seems to repay him for all the moral humiliation inflicted on him by his stifled doubts. Critical Miscellanies (Vol. 1 of 3) Essay 1: Robespierre
  • The strength of his argument convinced the waverers.
  • The odds of winning over the waverers depend on the details of a cap - and - trade bill.
  • While a higher top rate would win back Labour waverers on the left, the fear among the party's strategists is that it would risk losing swing voters in the key marginals, and that the net effect could be negative.
  • The strength of his argument convinced the waverers.
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