waverer :

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  • n  one who hesitates (usually out of fear)

  • Little John Metaxas, who was pro-German in World War I, changed from a waverer to a stiff-backed defier of the Axis after several months of intrigue in that most intriguing .
  • The nine-vote formal majority included a waverer, Nebraska Democrat Edward Zorinsky, who voted for the treaty in committee as a courtesy to party leaders, but said he would .
  • Apparently they told Leader Hitler, somewhat of a waverer despite his bombast, that the Fascist Party must stick by its announced resolve to fight any Cabinet not headed by Hitler.

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