indecisive

[in-di-sahy-siv]
adjective
1.
characterized by indecision, as persons; irresolute; undecided.
2.
not decisive or conclusive: a severe but indecisive battle.
3.
lacking definition; vague or indistinct: the indecisive outline of the distant hills.

Origin:
1720–30; in-3 + decisive

indecisively, adverb
indecisiveness, noun


1. vacillating, hesitant, wavering.
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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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indecisive
1726, from in- (1) + decisive.
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Example sentences
Incredible scholars and indecisive teens choose them.
By turns it has been inept and indecisive over this affair, while failing to
  get anything else done either.
He is dangerously workaholic, sometimes indecisive, and he struggles to
  delegate.
But that indecisive result has helped the centrifugal cause.
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