To move back and forth or from side to side, as if about to fall
To be irresolute in acting or doing
To change one's attitudes or policies, for example
Taran's intensity did not waver as he held her gaze.
But his loyalty did not waver; he rejected the proposal and returned to Constantinople in 540.
"That passion which more than all others caused you to waver on the path of virtue," said the Mason.
On this shore Morecambe Bay receives the Wampool and Waver from the plain, the Ellen has its mouth at Maryport, and the Derwent from the Lake District at Workington.
For two years the government seemed to waver, looking now to the Left, now to Hohenwart and his friends; for a time Taaffe really had the support of all parties except the Young Czechs.