Rattner apologized for his hesitancy and “closed [his] eyes and jumped.”
This was partly, it seems, due to his own desire to finish school and his hesitancy to move out to Palo Alto.
I asked Ferris if there was a bias or a hesitancy to recruit Native American kids.
Barbara knew that his earnestness was genuine, but the timidity and hesitancy of the big fellow amused her.
Dick spoke at once, with a hesitancy that betrayed the depth of his emotion.
My hesitancy resulted in writing for a roving commission to represent The Tribune in the Southwest.
They were doing the "hesitation" with the hesitancy emphasized.
The newcomers, unacquainted with its reputation, found no hesitancy in moving in until better homes could be secured.
Might he not yet turn to advantage this hesitancy of Crispin's to strike the final blow?
Without any hesitancy he replied: “Oh I saw your snow shoe tracks in the snow.”
hesitancy hes·i·tan·cy (hěz'ĭ-tən-sē)
An involuntary delay or inability in starting the urinary stream.