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Falteringly

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Adverb

1. falteringly, uncertainly, unsteadily

in an unsteady manner

Example Sentences:
'he walked unsteadily toward the exit'
'The wounded soldier was swinging unsteadily on his legs'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Falteringly

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verb
1. (intransitive)
to be hesitant, weak, or unsure; waver
2. (intransitive)
to move unsteadily or hesitantly; stumble
3. 
to utter haltingly or hesitantly; stammer
noun
4. 
uncertainty or hesitancy in speech or action
5. 
a quavering or irregular sound

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Falteringly

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verb intransitive
1. 
to move uncertainly or unsteadily; totter; stumble
2. 
to stumble in speech; speak haltingly; stammer
3. 
to act hesitantly; show uncertainty; waver; flinch
to falter under enemy fire
4. 
to lose strength, certainty, etc.; weaken
the economy faltered
verb transitive
5. 
to say hesitantly or timidly
noun
6. 
a faltering
7. 
a faltering sound

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Falteringly

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intr.v. fal·tered, fal·ter·ing, fal·ters
1. To be unsteady in purpose or action, as from loss of courage or confidence; waver: "She never faltered in her resolution to regain her old position" (Louis Auchincloss).
2. To speak hesitatingly; stammer: faltered in reciting the poem.
3.
a. To move unsteadily or haltingly; stumble: The racehorse faltered right after the start.
b. To become weak, ineffective, or unsteady, especially in performance: The economy faltered in the second quarter. His memory began to falter.
n.
1. Unsteadiness in speech or action: finished the project without falter.
2. A faltering sound: answered with a falter in his voice.

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