hesitancy[ hez-i-tuh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF hesitancy
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Dick spoke at once, with a hesitancy that betrayed the depth of his emotion.
They were doing the "hesitation" with the hesitancy emphasized.
Might he not yet turn to advantage this hesitancy of Crispin's to strike the final blow?
For a moment, therefore, in his bearing bravado was tempered with hesitancy.
It is fair to say that the hesitancy of some was offset by the heroism of others.
There is a most unusual nervousness and hesitancy about his manner.
But now he dared betray no hesitancy; he did not even turn to look behind him.
He ended in a hesitancy, flushing a little at the brow, his lips weakening at the corner.
She said the last words with a hesitancy, blushing most warmly.
Now that the thing he feared had come, all hesitancy vanished from Grant's manner.