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waver
used in The Lovely Bones

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

or:

to change, be unsure, or weak
  • In my mind I had wavered between the bittersweet joy of seeing my mother name all the things I carried and loved and her futile hope that these things mattered.
    Chapter Two (25% in)
  • My mother's face was wavering, soft and malleable—almost as soft and malleable as the image of her that floated on the sullied water in the sink.
    Chapter Thirteen (65% in)
  • But I saw the fine, wavering line that still tied my sister to my father.
    Chapter Seventeen (85% in)

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