- v. 动摇；摇曳；犹豫；颤抖
- n. 动摇；踌躇；挥动者；烫发器
- vi. 摇摆；摇晃；动摇 be unsteady or uncertain
someone who communicates by waving
the act of pausing uncertainly;
"there was a hesitation in his speech"
the act of moving back and forth
pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness;
"Authorities hesitate to quote exact figures"
be unsure or weak;
"Their enthusiasm is faltering"
move hesitatingly, as if about to give way
move or sway in a rising and falling or wavelike pattern;
"the line on the monitor vacillated"
move back and forth very rapidly;
"the candle flickered"
sway to and fro
give off unsteady sounds, alternating in amplitude or frequency
- They did not waver in their support for him.
- His courage never wavered.
- The disaster caused him to waver in his faith.
- The flame wavered and then died.
- While we were wavering, somebody else bought the house.
- One person who was there says it was the first time he'd ever heard Raines's voice waver.
- This caused them to waver in their faith.
- He did not waver in the face of difficulties.
- They are waver of flags and shouters of slogans.
- She wavers a little when she walks.
- But this did not make them waver or retreat.
- flag-waver 摇旗
In war..his hostility never wavered, just as..loyalty to his own side never wavered.出自： L. P. Hartley
I began to waver in my vegetarianism.出自： L. Blue
- waver, falter, hesitate, vacillate
- hesitate最常用,指难于下决心去做某事或作出某种选择; falter指行动上明显迟疑或畏缩,暗示有恐惧、紧张、口吃等征兆; vacillate侧重在互相冲突或矛盾的行动方案之间摇摆不定; waver可指因优柔寡断而迟迟不采取行动,或指虽然作出决定,但行动上却表现出动摇或畏缩不前。