[ UK /wˈe‍ɪvəɹɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈweɪvɝɪŋ/ ]
  1. the quality of being unsteady and subject to changes
    he kept a record of price fluctuations
  2. indecision in speech or action
  1. uncertain in purpose or action
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How To Use wavering In A Sentence

  • Seeing her eyes unwavering, he was curious to know what had brought such a change in her attitude.
  • Relaxing, in amusement at her unwonted altruism of motive, she had drawn her moleskin coat more closely around her, and settled back to wait the other woman's pleasure in returning to the bright warmth that the pale-orange ribbon of light, wavering upon the swaying platform, harbingered. Undesirables
  • It seems like some critics who at one moment will adulate a neo-realistic picture for its unwavering depiction of an emotional truth will the next second decry a film for depicting violence in a graphic/real way. Sundance Movie Review/Video Blog: Michael Winterbottom’s The Killer Inside Me | /Film
  • Le Monde, read by some 2 million people every day, is one of the country's most influential newspapers with extensive contacts in the French establishment and an unwaveringly intellectual tone.
  • And, as always, to Mom and Dad and my family and friends for the unwavering support, and to Audrey, James, and Jonathan for putting up with my “spacey” moments and allowing me time to dwell in make-believe lands. Darkness Becomes Her
  • This seemed the best way to draw the wavering states away from Washington and consolidate Southern power.
  • As such, he was utterly made for the job, as his combination of physical clumsiness, verbal ineptitude and unwaveringly glaikit expression must have made even the most gauche and pallid code-cruncher feel like a cocksure sophisticate. Be My Enemy
  • The fasciated honey-eater has loudly called “with a voice that seemed the very sound of happiness”; the leaden flycatcher, often silent but seldom still, has twittered and whispered plaintively; the sun-birds are playing gymnastics among the lemon blossoms, and the centre of activity for butterflies is the red-flowered shrub bordering the wavering path. Tropic Days
  • Good management appears to be in short supply, and the support is wavering. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was no uncertainty, no wavering, no hesitation, nor was there any mirth, any pleasure, any satisfaction.
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