indecisive[ in-di-sahy-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF indecisive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDECISIVE
Better that he had been still silent, than speak that dubious, indecisive "Y—es."
If the push in the West is indecisive then our push is only to be postponed.
With the sinking of the sun ceased the bloody, prolonged, and indecisive struggle.
The battle was indecisive, but in its military effect it was a success for the North.
Accordingly the battle had an irregular and indecisive character.
We ourselves have one of them—an indecisive view of the ruins in the Roman Forum.
The first and second appear to have been indecisive; but in the third the Roman general suffered a complete defeat.
Further news from Pennsylvania was indecisive, but it continued good.
His mouth, above the well-trimmed goatee, seemed small and indecisive.
An army met his own outside the borders and the result was indecisive.