waverFlowers wavered in the breeze.His voice wavered when the reporter brought up the controversial topic.Despite all terrible things which eventually happened to her, she never wavered from his beliefs.
bobThe cork bobbed gently in the calm water.The ball, which we had thought lost, suddenly bobbed up out of the water.The flowers were bobbing in the wind.
flopHe flopped down in front of the television, exhausted from work.The tired mule flopped its ears forward and trudged on.The latest album flopped and so the studio canceled her contract.
wagPascal Salin once said that exchange rates are like a dog's tail: the dog must be allowed to wag its tail, because if you hold it, then the dog will wag itself. Pascal Salin on sanonut kerran, että vaihtokurssit ovat kuin koiran häntä: koiran on annettava heiluttaa häntäänsä, sillä jos sen estää, koira alkaa itse heilua. The wag of my dogs tail expresses happiness.