irresolute

[ih-rez-uh-loot]
adjective
not resolute; doubtful; infirm of purpose; vacillating.

Origin:
1565–75; ir-2 + resolute

irresolutely, adverb
irresoluteness, noun
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irresolute (ɪˈrɛzəˌluːt)
 
adj
lacking resolution; wavering; hesitating
 
ir'resolutely
 
adv
 
ir'resoluteness
 
n
 
irreso'lution
 
n

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Example sentences
When it comes to key decisions, he has been distracted and irresolute.
Bush's problem, it seems, was not so much that he was dissolute as that he was irresolute.
Both dances suffered from strangely irresolute choreography and performance.
He is no irresolute or suspicious lover-he is sure-he scorns intervals.
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