Definition of waverer in English:

waverer

noun

  • See waver

    • ‘It won't be enough for some, but it will win back most of the waverers.’
    • ‘The Nobel Prize has been declined on only two occasions, although there have been waverers.’
    • ‘It goes a substantial way towards neutralising the environment as an issue and it will encourage some waverers to cast their lot with the Coalition.’
    • ‘The message for waverers, officials briefed the US media, was to be absolutely clear.’
    • ‘Some financially challenged waverers got back on board, deciding to put budget before safety.’

Pronunciation

waverer

/ˈweɪvərə/