"The teacher indicated that she would have a waiver of any final exam for that particular class."
"Erik didn't waver in his decision to retire from teaching school."2. To become unsteady because of weakness, emotion, tiredness, etc.: "During long sermons at church, Jack's attention would sometimes waver because he was thinking about other things."
"Kim's voice seemed to waver while she was telling her friends about the accident."
Keith decided to have a glass of milk and a cheese wafer or two while his mother seemed to waver about his request to grant a waiver to his early curfew.