swither

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swither (third-person singular simple present swithers, present participle swithering, simple past and past participle swithered)

  1. (Scots and dialects) To be indecisive or in a state of confusion; to dither.

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tae swither (third-person singular simple present swithers, present participle switherin, simple past swithert, past participle swithert)

  1. to swither; to be indecisive, to dither