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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwavererwa‧ver‧er /ˈweɪvərə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  someone who cannot make a decision, especially in a vote a final push to win over the waverers
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wavererOn past records, most waverers go for the challenger rather than the one who holds power.Mr Major yesterday held what was probably his last face-to-face meeting to win round a group of waverers.Ryder makes a point of seeking out potential waverers and listening to their arguments in person.A public relations campaign also started up to draw in the waverers.Thus the cappy man has become the shaky man, the waverer.Thus to the waverers as well as to the committed is given comfort and joy.
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