A Word A Day : Wavering





Word of 1st May 2007: A Word A Day-Wavering


Wavering



( Adjective )


We captured those wavering flames in our camera.

Synonyms:

Oscillating

Unsteady

Fluctuating

Undecided

Undetermined

Inconstant

Vacillating

Faltering

Quivering

Contextual Examples:

In this computer the oscillating disk completes a full circle and returns to its original position at the end.

Deepakā€™s position in politics is unsteady. He is too poor to float his ideas through the media with speed.

He keeps fluctuating from socialism to communism and again from communism back to socialism.

He is undecided about his future course of action.



Antonyms:

Steady

Unwavering

Determined

Firm

Resolute

Unhesitating

Steadfast

Contextual Examples:

He is steady like a rock in his ideology.

There are newspapers which welcome this ideology and they give him unwavering publicity.

They are determined to push him up to political power.

This manager is firm in his determination to translate his deals into reality.

He pursues it resolutely through the media.

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