Use Falter in a sentence
Falter meaning and collocations;
Meaning: [verb]to hesitate; waver; to become weaker; to become less certain;
The peace prospect faltered because no credible consensus was attainable.
A faltering economy will complicate fundraising efforts.
The plane quickly falters and crashes into the mountains near Las Vegas.
The EU already began to falter during the Greek crisis.
There are five reasons why Hillary’s campaign has faltered.
His unfaltering attitude of fairness and understanding was, and remains both an example and benchmark to us all.
The program comes amid growing worries about the country’s faltering growth prospects.
Despite the violence, their determination to stop the bill from passing seemed unfaltering.
The peace process faltered after Rabin was assassinated by a Jewish extremist on November 4, 1995.
As Cardiff faltered, the league eventually became a two-horse race between Coventry and Belfast.
Zayek’s health began to falter later in life and he returned to Lebanon permanently late in 2009.