And Paul had been caught more by her tone — singsong and wavering — than by her words.
He still clutched his knife, but its point wavered.
The black pits of their eyes stared back at her without wavering.
The fighting wavered, hesitated.
She began recognizing familiar structures, atomic linkages: a carbon atom here, helical wavering …. a glucose molecule.
The beady eyes stared without wavering at Hawat.
She thought at first it must be a patrol vehicle, then realized it was a mirage—another landscape hovering over the desert-sand and a distant wavering of greenery and in the middle distance a long worm traveling the surface with what looked like Fremen robes fluttering on its back.
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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.