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Noun(1) the act of pausing uncertainly
Verb(1) be unsure or weak(2) move hesitatingly, as if about to give way(3) walk unsteadily(4) speak haltingly
(1) Labor's momentum may falter .(2) His steps falter ; the dancers seem to embrace him but they let go and he falls.(3) Even at this late stage, it is possible that his candidacy will falter .(4) This is the one hurdle at which most listeners coming in hope, tend to falter and often lose heart and turn away.(5) ├ö├ç├┐My brother, Rufus,├ö├ç├û Regina said with a tone that seemed to falter as she gazed up at Baldwin with a serious look on her face.(6) Labor's momentum may falter , the ├ö├ç├┐It's time├ö├ç├û factor may not have the necessary lift either.(7) That is not to say we won't fail, falter or lose sight of our intentions.(8) Cultural shifts are long-term and if they lose momentum they can falter altogether.(9) If she noticed this, she didn't falter and kept moving holding his hand tight.(10) Her feet made slight shifts as they momentarily lost footing, but she did not stop, did not falter in her forward momentum, heading toward the East River.(11) It would be a great shame if the momentum were to falter at the last moment.(12) Contrary to many expectations, he didn't falter or even hesitate.(13) My steps faltered as I looked over at him in disbelief.(14) The influence of the Father or his heirs faltered as the state lost its ability to mobilize an ideological ground.(15) My steps faltered as I stalked slower and slower from the building.(16) By now, the healthy spring in our steps was faltering .
(1) to falter :: pallu
1. waver ::
2. hesitate ::
3. stammer ::
4. struggle ::
5. stutter ::
6. waver ::
7. stumble ::
Different Formsfalter, faltered, faltering, falterings, falters
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