Scarlett dug her fingers into the upholstery of the carriage and for a moment her parasol wavered.
If not, why should she be standing here in Aunt Pitty’s peaceful front yard, amid wavering lights, pouring water over dying beaux?
Confidence in ultimate victory never wavered.
Setting the candle on the stand, she unlocked the door and in the wavering light she saw Rhett Butler, not a ruffle disarranged, supporting her small, thickset father.
She looked curiously at this lanky man with his bony stooped shoulders, his pinkish hair and calm unwavering eyes.
Even in her frenzy she thought what the sight of bluecoats might do to Gerald’s wavering mind.
Light wavered into the room as Pork entered carrying high a halfburned candle stuck in a saucer.
As the last of the soldiers were passing, a small figure in the rear rank, his rifle butt dragging the ground, wavered, stopped and stared after the others with a dirty face so dulled by fatigue he looked like a sleepwalker.
Cornered, Melanie still met Scarlett’s eyes unwaveringly.
"Well!" said Mrs. Merriwether, wavering but still obstinate.
She wavered momentarily between interest in his last words and a feminine desire to prolong the scene with anger and indignation.
She wavered irresolutely and he was at her side, his hand on her arm in a grip that hurt.
He looked down at her for a long time, so long that her defiant gaze wavered and fell, and then he slumped into a chair opposite her and poured himself another drink.
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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.