v. speak or write evasively; pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness
When asked directly about the governor's involvement in the savings and loan scandal, the press secretary tried to waffle, talking all around the issue.
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White flour was scarce and so expensive that corn bread was universal instead of biscuits, rolls and waffles.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context
After we sat down to our waffles and sausage, Jake told us how pleased the Shimerdas had been with their presents; even Ambrosch was friendly and went to the creek with him to cut the Christmas tree.