Again she looks at him, waveringly this time, and thence to her turf.
He went, waveringly, along the corridor, brushing the hangings with his shoulder.
He was waveringly conscious, but he had lost all interest, all sense of personal connection, with the proceedings.
Miss Townly went into a very large arm-chair and waveringly selected a crumpet.
The small stuffed shop appeared to grow portentously cavernous and waveringly illumined.
"I ain't never promise not to black up and go down to the depot," said Billy waveringly.
Indistinctly, waveringly as in a vision, dusky heads could be made out.
His wife was coming downstairs, querulously, waveringly; her eyes red from weeping.
"But supposin' Mrs. Macintosh wants another helpin'" (waveringly).
Again, they moved on waveringly, when suddenly a small piece of cracked rock detached itself from above, and came rolling down.
late 13c., weyveren, "to show indecision," probably related to Old English wæfre "restless, wavering," from Proto-Germanic *wæbraz (cf. Middle High German wabern "to waver," Old Norse vafra "to hover about"), a frequentative form from the root of wave (v.). Related: Wavered; wavering.