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irresolute

adjective ir·res·o·lute \i-ˈre-zə-ˌlüt, ˌi(r)-, -lət\

: not certain about what to do : not resolute

Full Definition of IRRESOLUTE

:  uncertain how to act or proceed :  vacillating <irresolute legislators>
ir·res·o·lute·ly \-ˌlüt-lē, -lət-; -ˌre-zə-ˈlüt-\ adverb
ir·res·o·lute·ness \-ˌlüt-nəs, -lət-, -ˈlüt-\ noun
ir·res·o·lu·tion \-ˌre-zə-ˈlü-shən\ noun

First Known Use of IRRESOLUTE

1579
IRRESOLUTION Defined for Kids

irresolute

adjective ir·res·o·lute \i-ˈre-zə-ˌlüt\

Definition of IRRESOLUTE for Kids

:  uncertain how to act or proceed <… we lay still a long time, very irresolute what course to take. — Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe>
ir·res·o·lute·ly adverb

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