Inexplicable but essential: Romney has to give his wavering ranks, especially his fundraisers, reason to hold on to Oct. 3.
Think about the incentives facing a wavering member of Congress.
With Pence out, Huckabee wavering and Palin problematic, conservatives are looking for a heartthrob.
But at crucial times when wavering Democrats were eager for a lifeline, the Republicans absolutely refused to throw one.
The guidelines may have convinced a wavering Israeli cabinet minister or two that rejectionism is getting costly.
"I don't see what that has got to do with it," said Jack, wavering.
Hetty's eyes were fixed on his now, with no wavering in their gaze.
When I was in the country they were in a wavering and undecided state.
Only her husband's earnest remonstrances decided her wavering will.
My aim was wavering; my bullet only made one man duck his head.
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.