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Sentence count:52+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-06Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: flounderhesitatestaggerstumblewaverSimilar words: alteralteredalter egoalternativealtercationalternativelyalternative medicineexaltedMeaning: ['fɔːltə(r)]  n. the act of pausing uncertainly. v. 1. be unsure or weak 2. move hesitatingly, as if about to give way 3. walk unsteadily 4. speak haltingly. 
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1. His voice began to falter at the mention of his sufferings in the old days.
2. The economy is beginning to falter.
3. His voice began to falter.
4. We must not falter in our resolve.
5. The nurse saw him falter and made him lean on her.
6. Growth began to falter and inflation began to ease.
7. When the momentum dwindled Simpson began to falter.
8. After a promising start Rajiv's administration began to falter in 1987.
9. Moscow did not falter under the onslaught and their counter-attacking potential was a constant threat.
10. But several experienced political observers believe Forbes could falter in those key locations.
11. Those who taste instant success usually falter quickly in the aftermath of their luck.
12. We must not falter in our resolve to end the conflict.
13. All this testing is on-going and if suppliers falter in any way they are quickly informed.
14. But shortly she seemed to falter, and at the same time I beheld a most extraordinary thing.
15. Or will the growth, rapid so far, falter on public apathy or distrust?
16. Other game animals, almost unnoticed, were beginning to falter, too.
17. Communism failed and capitalism will falter if we do not give people the ability to make their dreams come true.
18. Never falter in noble resolution.
19. There was a falter in his voice.
20. I detected a falter in her voice.
21. Investment could dry up and that could cause the economy to falter.
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22. But he did not turn, he did not even falter, because his head was up and his feet were pounding.
23. America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves. Abraham Lincoln 
24. He lived his separate life and she waited for him to falter and slip back into alcohol.
25. Whiston worried, of course, that bright lights might also falter when trying to deliver a time signal at sea.
26. And those in swing districts may well be in deep distress as national Republican fortunes falter.
27. Towns like Lefors suffer severely when industries on which their economies rest falter.
28. If we could cut off these lines of communication, their attack would usually falter.
29. Criticisms within and without Parliament made it clear that this audit model of control was beginning to falter in the post-war period.
30. But I couldn't give in; one monster is much like another - once you falter, you're done.
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