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waver
used in Lord of the Flies

4 uses
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Definition
to move back and forth (shake or quiver)

or:

to change, be unsure, or weak
  • The trickle of smoke sketched a chalky line up the solid blue of the sky, wavered high up and faded.
    p. 53.9
  • There was a tiny smudge of smoke wavering into the air on the other side of the rock.
    p. 174.5
  • There he would sit, and the search would pass him by, and the cordon waver on, ululating along the island, and he would be free.
    p. 191.5
  • Most, he was beginning to dread the curtain that might waver in his brain, blacking out the sense of danger, making a simpleton of him.
    p. 196.7

There are no more uses of "waver" in Lord of the Flies.

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