Definition of waver:
flicker, dart, wander, disruption, teeter, oscillate, play, stammer, rock, veer, fleet, balance, pause, swing, bathe, disinclination, faltering, hesitate, see which way the wind blows/is blowing, trill, hesitation, focus, weave, wobble, warble, hang back, tissue, flutter, halt, reluctance, sway, um and ah, beat, saw, scruple, hem and haw, flood, reel, vacillate, quiver, fade, bumble, hesitancy, waffle, fluctuate, dillydally, commotion, interweave, stagger, flick, hurly burly, stall, flapping, flit, indisposition, vacillation, filter, fluttering, deliberate, flap, flitter, undulate, dither, quake, totter, vary, wavering, keep/leave your options open, vibrate, stutter, hoo-ha, hoo-hah, quaver, decide, to-do, stumble, spark, wind, repetition, change, falter, reflect, catch, bat, kerfuffle, meander, palpitate, wait and see, shilly-shally, hover, teeter, thread, bend, stagger, totter, pulsate, disturbance, swerve.
- "The Greater Inclination", Edith Wharton.
- "A Man and His Money", Frederic Stewart Isham.
- "Captivating Mary Carstairs", Henry Sydnor Harrison.