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Falter definition, to hesitate or waver in action, purpose, intent, etc.; give way: Her courage did not falter at the prospect of hardship. See more.

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to begin to walk or move in an unsteady way. : to feel doubt about doing something. See the full definition for falter in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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Falter means to hesitate, stumble, or waver, and everything from faith to voices can do it. So if you want to keep your bride or groom happy, it's best not to falter ...

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Even in an era of (faltering) welfare provision and reliable contraception, a ' republican feminism ' could and should be more than a footnote in history.

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falter definition: Falter is defined as to move in an uncertain way or to hesitate in word or action. (verb) An example of falter is to stumble through a dark hallway.

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Define falter (verb) and get synonyms. What is falter (verb)? falter (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Define falter. falter synonyms, falter pronunciation, falter translation, English dictionary definition of falter. intr.v. fal·tered , fal·ter·ing , fal·ters 1. To be unsteady in ...

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Falter definition: If something falters , it loses power or strength in an uneven way, or no longer makes... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.