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Adjective
Irresolute and hesitant
“He spoke in faltering English.”
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Frail, sickly or of a delicate constitution
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Unable to make decisions
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Uncomfortable or embarrassed
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Not clearly expressed or pronounced
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Describing a passage having this mark
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Lacking strength of character to follow one's own principles
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Tending to shake or tremble
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(of a sound or voice) Low in volume
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Becoming tired or less dynamic
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(of an explanation or excuse) Unconvincingly feeble
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The quality or state of being uncertain or hesitant
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The act of one who stammers
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A doubt or uncertainty concerning a matter of fact
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A defect in a person's speech, such as a lisp or stammer
Verb
Present participle for to speak hesitantly
“Her voice faltered and she had to stop a moment to control it.”
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Present participle for to be indecisive
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“We probably falter unless our choices instinctively prove inherent qualities, be they serious or flippant.”
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Present participle for to walk clumsily or fall over
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Present participle for to move or swing unsteadily
“His expression didn't change, and his stride didn't falter as he walked right past her toward the bar.”
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Present participle for to fail in distinctness or regularity of exercise
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Present participle for to suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust
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Present participle for walk in an awkward way, typically because of pain from an injury
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Present participle for to lose or be without hope
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Present participle for to fall down, especially after losing one's balance
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Present participle for to briefly stop or interrupt an action
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Present participle for to fade gradually before stopping
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Present participle for fail under pressure
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Present participle for to become dry (often of weather)
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Present participle for to cover over
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Present participle for to decline or deteriorate, especially gradually
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Present participle for to prevent from progress
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Present participle for fail to keep up with another or others in movement or development
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Present participle for to commit a mistake or error
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