I. VOLITION IN GENERAL
1. Acts of volition
[Nouns] irresolution, infirmity of purpose, indecision; indetermination, undetermination; unsettlement; uncertainty [more]; demur, suspense; hesitating, hesitation, hesitancy; vacillation; changeableness [more]; fluctuation; alternation (oscillation) [more]; caprice [more].
waverer, ass between two bundles of hay; shuttlecock, butterfly; wimp; doughface [U.S.].
[Verbs] be irresolute; hang in suspense, keep in suspense; leave "ad referendum"; think twice about, pause; dawdle (inactivity) [more]; remain neuter; dillydally, hesitate, boggle, hover, dacker, hum and haw, demur, not know one's own mind; debate, balance; dally with, coquet with; will and will not, chaser-balancer; go halfway, compromise, make a compromise; be thrown off one's balance, stagger like a drunken man; be afraid [more]; let "I dare not" wait upon "I would" [Macbeth]; falter, waver
shuffle, palter, blink; trim.
[Adjectives] irresolute, infirm of purpose, double-minded, half-hearted; undecided, unresolved, undetermined; shilly-shally; fidgety, tremulous; hesitating; off one's balance; at a loss (uncertain) [more].
[Adverbs] irresolutely; irresolved, irresolvedly; in faltering accents; off and on; from pillar to post; seesaw [more].