doubted (part of speech: verb)
changed (part of speech: verb)
procrastinated (part of speech: verb)
oscillated (part of speech: verb)
- Consequently he lacked assurance and firm conviction, wavered and vacillated, and was never fully satisfied that the position he occupied was really the only correct one, while, on the other hand, he endeavored to present his views concerning some of the disputed doctrines in ambiguous and indefinite terms. - "Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church", Friedrich Bente.
- As regards the Pope, he has constantly changed in his official life and vacillated from one side to the other, and those about him say that in many, nay in most, things he follows capricious and momentary impulses. - "Letters From Rome on the Council", Johann Joseph Ignaz von DÃ¶llinger.
- " We've been more than Miss Harding's ten minutes," vacillated Deirdre. - "The School by the Sea", Angela Brazil.