To witness this spectacle alone might almost convince a waverer as to the utility of the common language.
Nor was Seaforth the only waverer who had taken to heart the lesson taught Argyll.
The generosity with which Somers treated his opponents was the more honourable to him because he was no waverer in politics.
Dolores would have thee before all the rest, friend; but she despises a waverer.
Despite his fever-shaken nerves, he was perfectly entitled to say to any waverer, Fear not.
Mr. Newman left the Church of England and with him carried many a waverer.
Adam de Gordon, indeed, was already under suspicion, and apparently was a waverer.
What, then, will uplift him if he has been a waverer in principle as well as in fact?
More than one waverer was kept steady by being assured in confident terms that a speedy restoration was inevitable.
This was not the first waverer Jeff had brought back into line, not the first by several.
late 13c., weyveren, "to show indecision," probably related to Old English wæfre "restless, wavering," from Proto-Germanic *wæbraz (cf. Middle High German wabern "to waver," Old Norse vafra "to hover about"), a frequentative form from the root of wave (v.). Related: Wavered; wavering.