Related formsin·de·ci·sive·ly, adverbin·de·ci·sive·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for indecisive
“We have a weak and indecisive president,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC).
A speedster on the ski slopes, the racetrack and the highway, he could be slow and indecisive as a translator and elsewhere.Remembering Dmitri Nabokov, the Novelist’s Son and Literary Executor|Brian Boyd|May 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“I used to always find myself on movies with these indecisive directors,” she says.'Prometheus' Interview: Charlize Theron’s Alien Fantasy|Ramin Setoodeh|April 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He tells Lloyd Grove why he's thinking about taking on Obama and his indecisive foreign policy.
At this moment, Brown seemed particularly inconstant and indecisive.
The Dutch clearly meant to bleed the King to death with indecisive engagements.Monk|Julian Corbett
Still, the action had been indecisive, and the royalist power remained unbroken.Famous Men and Great Events of the Nineteenth Century|Charles Morris
And thus it was decided, after some indecisive fashion, that their client should be sounded as to the expedience of a compromise.Lady Anna|Anthony Trollope
His mouth, above the well-trimmed goatee, seemed small and indecisive.Stubble|George Looms
After two indecisive battles in Iran, Eumenes was betrayed by his own soldiers to Antigonus and put to death.