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How to use indecision in a sentence
For some passers, the figure might indicate indecision or hesitance.
De Blasio was a known micromanager and equivocator, frustrating his staff with his singular blend of self-righteousness and indecision.
Ironically, the coming coronavirus crisis would showcase Andrew Cuomo’s relative weakness and indecision, rather than a mere authoritarian instinct.
The longer my own indecision lasted, the more I realized that biology was going to end up making the decision for me.
This way people won’t be paralyzed with indecision and fear of making improvements to avoid drawing any attention to just how much work they have to do.Remote work has kickstarted a hotel subscription-living movement|Jessica Davies|March 1, 2021|Digiday
The reason for his crippling indecision is simple as it is maddening, especially if you happen to be married to him.Adventure Photographer Jimmy Chin: Defying the Rational, Physically and Creatively|Oliver Jones|October 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Throughout the season premiere, Saul is gripped by indecision—with his wife, with the operation in Caracas.‘Homeland’ Showrunner: ‘We Knew We Had to Plot a New Course’|Andrew Romano|September 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
By longstanding historical demonstration, the U.S. Congress specializes in paralysis, indecision, and dysfunction.
Then coffee, shower, indecision, efforts at writing and reading followed by aboulia.
But Farmiga, as Norma, had no such indecision, confidently throwing herself into the complex role from the start.Emmy Nomination Surprises and Snubs: ‘House of Cards,’ ‘Orphan Black,’ and More|Jason Lynch|July 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She set her arm about her waist again, and poured shrewd persuasion over her cousin s indecision.Mistress Wilding|Rafael Sabatini
In the priest's indecision he was eager to see a favorable solution of the doubts which seemed to torment him.An Episode Under the Terror|Honore de Balzac
Skepticism is but a state of indecision which results from a superficial examination of subjects.Superstition In All Ages (1732)|Jean Meslier
She profited by the moments indecision to flit swiftly out of the ghostly arcade toward the avenue.
The hand which lay on the table opened and closed and opened again in helpless indecision.