A bat circled near, indecisively, as if with a message it hesitated to give.
Indecisively she interlaced her fingers, and he, watching them, wondered why she had sent for him.
Then, indecisively, she let the bridle rein fall on his neck.
"We're thinking of taking the night plane to Winnipeg," he said indecisively.
Then he opened his mouth several times, but shut it indecisively.
He left the shed; regained the road; and stopped, looking up and down, and all round him, indecisively.
He was told that the children were in the schoolroom with Suzette, and thither he bent his steps, going slowly and indecisively.
But it is the fate of these indecisively descriptive phrases to be misunderstood.
Much blood had already been shed, indecisively, and passions ran high.
It was while he paused there indecisively that a sight met his eye which spurred hesitancy to immediate action.