indecision

[ in-di-sizh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF indecision

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She knit her brow for a second—but she did not betray an instant's indecision.

But their indecision increased as they went from one object to another.

At first he was in doubt, but afterwards this indecision passed.

He comes, this one, to disturb their peace of mind with his indecision.

Annoyed at his own indecision, he determined to risk everything on one throw.

And when she did act, no one could accuse her of indecision then.

His indecision was pitiful—tragical, indeed, in the leader of so bold an enterprise.

But of struggle or indecision the ballad heroine knows, or at least says, nothing.

For some time the rider sat his horse motionless, frowning in indecision.

What if she should have misinterpreted this character so full of indecision?

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