indecision

[in-di-sizh-uhn]
noun
inability to decide.

Origin:
1755–65; in-3 + decision

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indecisive (ˌɪndɪˈsaɪsɪv)
 
adj
1.  (of a person) vacillating; irresolute
2.  not decisive or conclusive
 
inde'cision
 
n
 
inde'cisiveness
 
n
 
inde'cisively
 
adv

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indecision
1703, from Fr. indecision (1611), from in- "not" + decision (see decision).
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Example sentences
It fills your eyes with wonderment and negates all indecision about pausing to
  absorb or continuing to wander.
They scrolled across the northern emptiness, telling a long tale of human
  stubbornness and indecision.
Most of us, after a brief indecision, would choose an option.
Life is too short to let indecision or inexperience cut into your drinking.
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