Thesaurus / vacillating

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I suppose it is characteristic of people who tic to be fickle and vacillating.

For her restless and vacillating husband—he was this in her eyes as she mused—she had discovered nothing new in six years.

There was no halting here, at all events; no vacillating between Christ and present things.

The Great CommissionC. H. (Charles Henry) Mackintosh

You are, as you will be all your life, vacillating between your own temperament and the habits you acquired in the convent.

That prince was a cruel despot, but weak-willed, vacillating, and totally unable to keep a friend.

In Clive's CommandHerbert Strang

When we drove away with Sidney and passed between the great century plants, a sudden fear seized my vacillating will.

MariposillaMary Stewart Daggett

An isosceles or vacillating member is that to which two sides only are the same.

That policy was vacillating, purposeless, and frequently wasteful of the national resources.

The Promise Of American LifeHerbert David Croly

Suppose the States were vacillating and in doubt where to go.

He appears to have been an efficient warden, but was irritated by the vacillating and tortuous conduct of the English queen.

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