Boyle shot back without a moment's hesitation, “I was fine until that jacket walked in here.”
With some hesitation, I spent some time viewing his material.
Without a moment's hesitation, he replies, "Absolutely not."
He sensed my hesitation to ask about Ennis, so he began to talk about his son without my prompting.
There was no hesitation or regret: I knew adoption was the right decision for her—and for me.
As to finding a function for you in society, there was no hesitation as to what that would be.
The least hesitation or a false movement, and both aviator and craft are in danger.
"Yet the grace was to be sufficient always," Kathie said, with some hesitation.
This was Bywater's opportunity; he chose to interpret the hesitation differently.
After a moment's hesitation Mutimer ascended the stairs by threes.
c.1400, from Old French hesitacion or directly from Latin haesitationem (nominative haesitatio) "a hesitation, stammering," figuratively "irresolution, uncertainty," from haesitare "stick fast, remain fixed; stammer in speech," figuratively "hesitate, be irresolute, be at a loss, be undecided," frequentative of haerere "stick, cling," from PIE *ghais-e (cf. Lithuanian gaistu "to delay, tarry"), from root *ghais- "to adhere; hesitate."