irresolutely

[ ih-rez-uh-loot ]SEE DEFINITION OF irresolutely
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IRRESOLUTELY

"If you think it dishonourable or dishonest—" said Beaufort, irresolutely.

He looked at me irresolutely for a moment, and then he left the house.

She rose, moved a step forward, and then stood looking at him irresolutely.

When nearly at their cottage, he turned about irresolutely and met them.

"I didn't mean to play any more to-night," she faltered, irresolutely.

John (going over to fireplace and standing there irresolutely).

Rothesay stood by him irresolutely, debating within himself.

Foma advised him irresolutely, seating himself opposite him.

When he left the 'Cock' he walked slowly and irresolutely down the Strand.

"It is one thing to write, and another to publish," said my father, irresolutely.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, from Latin irresolutus, from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + resolutus (see resolute). Related: Irresolutely.

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