Related formsun·de·cid·ed·ly, adverbun·de·cid·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for undecided
In an Oct. 31 poll from Washington, 12 percent of women claimed they were undecided about Initiative 502.
The debate over guns in this country rarely attracts the undecided or anyone comfortable living with shades of gray.
For the undecided, the best option is the “cuetzalteca” dish, which offers smaller portions of the typical menu.
At the same time, the number who say they are undecided increased five points to 22 percent.It’s 1,000 Days Too Early to Talk Hillary vs. Christie for President|Kristen Soltis Anderson|January 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their "undecided" status didn't come from a lack of feelings on the issue.
The horseman halted, and gazed awhile along the road, as if undecided whether to take it or not.The White Chief|Mayne Reid
"One moment," said he tranquilly, and turned toward Mrs. Clephane—who had caught sight of him and was undecided what to do.The Cab of the Sleeping Horse|John Reed Scott
The issue may yet have been undecided when he turned round to Jethro with a sneer which he could not resist.Coniston, Complete|Winston Churchill
Why, keep him along in this undecided manner without giving him a definite answer.My Wife and I|Harriet Beecher Stowe
Long was he undecided whether or not he would make the sacrifice.