"Orgy-porgy …" Then the circle wavered, broke, fell in partial disintegration on the ring of couches which surrounded–circle enclosing circle–the table and its planetary chairs.
She stood looking at him, her head on one side, still smiling, but with a smile that became progressively, in face of the Director’s expression of petrified disgust, less and less self-confident, that wavered and finally went out.
The line wavered at its most immediately threatened point, then stiffened again, stood firm.
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Through good times and bad her love for him has never wavered.
We are looking for someone who won’t waver when things get tough.