In the coming months, as the economy continues to falter, serious discussions about economic policy will resurface.
Its massive balance sheet with hundreds of billions of dollars of insured customer deposits began to falter.
Both women now adamantly believe the negotiations will falter and their sons will serve out the rest of their terms.
But if the economic collapse of 2007-2008 demonstrated anything, any firm can falter if its credibility is called into question.
Every one of those models began to falter within 30 years or so.
She had been thinking in the night, and this morning forbade herself to falter.
The hideousness of it oppressed her like a nightmare; yet her voice did not falter.
At these words, Blondine recovered her resolution which had begun to falter.
He knew that all his nerve was called for; but he did not falter.
Not a falter in the clear, bell-like tones, and her face was smiling and radiant.
mid-14c., of unknown origin, possibly from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse faltrask "be burdened, hesitate, be troubled"), or a frequentative of Middle English falden "to fold," influenced by fault. Related: Faltered; faltering.