to sway back and forth; to become unsteady,
shake, or tremble; to vacillate in making a
decision or in opinion
In the twenty-first mile of the marathon, she
wavered in her determination to complete the
race, but the spectators cheered her on.
(v.) to roll or toss, as in waves; to wallow or
become immersed or involved
(n.) a state of disorder, a jumble
(v.) The children weltered about in the piles of
(n.) The check was lost in the welter of books and
papers that cluttered her desk.