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irresolution is a synonym of indecision

noun [ ih-rez-uh-loo-shuhn ]

irresolution is another word for indecision

Indecision refers to an inability to decide (Her indecision led her to flip a coin instead of choosing for herself).

Irresolution refers to a lack of decision, purpose, or resolution (The government’s irresolution was frustrating).

Indecision and irresolution both refer to not being able to make a decision when a decision is needed.

Indecision refers to a simple inability to decide, while irresolution refers to lacking purpose and direction regarding something, and therefore not being able to make a decision. Irresolution is a pretty uncommon word.

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articulate is a synonym of eloquent

adjective [ ahr-tik-yuh-lit ]

articulate is another word for eloquent

Eloquent describes having a fluid, effective style of speech and being able to accurately and appropriately express thoughts, ideas, and concepts (They gave an eloquent presentation).

Articulate describes using language easily and well and being able to express thoughts, ideas, and concepts in a clear way (He’s a very articulate person when he wants to be).

Eloquent and articulate both describe using language in a fluid way.

✅ However, while articulate emphasizes clarity, eloquent emphasizes speaking in a forceful and appropriate way (She was an eloquent speaker, and many people fell under her spell).

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analytical is a synonym of inquisitive

adjective [ an-l-it-i-kuhl ]

analytical is another word for inquisitive

Inquisitive describes being curious and being disposed to doing research or asking questions (an inquisitive child).

Analytical describes having an inclination for analyzing problems, situations, motivations, and similar (She’s a good problem solver because she’s very analytical).

Inquisitive and analytical may be used together, but they don’t describe the same things.

✅ Someone who is inquisitive might also be analytical because their propensity for research has made them good at analyzing problems, and someone who is analytical might also be inquisitive because they need more information.

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