But the reason Alito gave from the bench for his hesitance was … different.
Ah, that had been the crux of it all, of her doubt, of her hesitance.
The hesitance over the "von" did not strike his usually keen ear.
She could also make clear her reason for hesitance and deliberation.
Glad with eager eyes on him handed the child to Polly and sat down without a moment's hesitance, avid of what was to come.
The countenance of both Mr. Palford and his party expressed a certain degree of hesitance.
However, as in all cases heretofore, they relied upon the resourcefulness and hesitance of the junior president.
And, under the influence of his reassuring kindliness, her hesitance and misgivings disappeared.
Her hesitance now made him uneasy; he recognized the necessity of increasing her reliance upon him.
hesitancy hes·i·tan·cy (hěz'ĭ-tən-sē)
An involuntary delay or inability in starting the urinary stream.