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waver

view main entry for waververb [intransitive]  /ˈweɪvər/ 
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waverer

noun [countable]

waveringly

adverb
waveringly adverbUncertain about something: uncertain, unsure, doubtful, dubious, tentative, unconvinced, sceptical, bewildered, questioning, inclined to think/believe/agree etc.

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