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waver

verb [I]  /ˈweɪ·vər/ us  
to begin to doubt or lose your determination to do something: He never wavered as the leading voice of African-Americans’ call for freedom and equality. If you waver between two possibilities, you have difficulty deciding between them: She wavered between believing him and thinking that he was lying.
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