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Waver

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waver

1. To play or move to and fro; to move one way and the other; hence, to totter; to reel; to swing; to flutter. With banners and pennons wavering with the wind. (ld. Berners) Thou wouldst waver on one of these trees as a terror to all evil speakers against dignities. (Sir W. Scott)

2. To be unsettled in opinion; to vacillate; to be undetermined; to fluctuate; as, to water in judgment. Let us hold fast . . . Without wavering. (Heb. X. 23) In feeble hearts, propense enough before To waver, or fall off and join with idols. (milton)

Synonym: To reel, totter, vacillate. See fluctuate.

Origin: OE. Waveren, from AS. Waefre wavering, restless. See Wave.

A sapling left standing in a fallen wood.

Origin: From Wave, or Waver.