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Adjective
Liable to unpredictable variation
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Changing or varying at regular intervals
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Occurring at uneven or varying rates or intervals
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Shaking or quivering slightly
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Frail, sickly or of a delicate constitution
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Unable to think straight
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Easily anxious or frightened
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Winding from side to side
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Feeling worried and uneasy
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Disloyal, especially to a spouse or partner
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Hesitant or uncertain
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A state of fluctuation or indecision
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A state of constant movement or fluctuation
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A state of being uncertain or unstable
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A feeling that one does not know the truthfulness, or trustworthiness of someone or something
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A reluctance or lack of enthusiasm
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A slight change in position, direction, or tendency
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An instance of vibrating
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Present participle for be undecided between two opinions or courses of action
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“It is therefore odd to watch him waver and wobble over an issue that is not only outrageously unjust to Indian cricketers, but also flagrantly illegal.”
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Present participle for to move in a quivering way
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“His huge black cloak started to waver in the wind and slowly he turned around.”
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Present participle for to become weaker or falter
“Even against such overwhelming odds, Christian's father and uncle did not waver one bit.”
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Present participle for interrupt action or speech briefly
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Present participle for to express one's opinions in terms which admit of different senses, with intent to deceive
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Present participle for to feel or show fear or apprehension
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Present participle for to emanate or shoot forth light bursts
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Present participle for to change direction as a result of entering a different medium
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Present participle for to have doubts or suspicions about
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Present participle for change or cause to change direction abruptly
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Present participle for remain in one place in the air
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Present participle for make or become weaker in power, resolve, or physical strength
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Fading out
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