hesitating

[ hez-i-teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF hesitating

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HESITATING

The reporter stood with clenched fists and flashing eyes, hesitating.

"Miss Moore," he said in a hesitating manner, taking off his hat as he spoke.

Low and hesitating as it was, Hiram started violently at the sound.

Hesitating to advance, he pointed out the place to the attention of his companion.

"I think I had better not," replied Eudora, in a hesitating voice.

Hesitating no longer, Monny struck her hands loudly together.

Suddenly she turned to Adam, where he stood, shaking and hesitating, in the doorway.

It was a hesitating face, which seemed to blink doubtfully in the daylight.

After hesitating for a moment the priest was obliged to confess the truth.

She paused and sighed, hesitating to carry her confession further.

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