Examples of indecision in a Sentence
They were paralyzed by indecision.
her indecision about where to go for dinner, while everyone was getting hungrier by the minute, was frustrating
Recent Examples of indecision from the Web
The West’s top two teams—and perhaps the NBA’s top two teams— have been on a crash course since that moment of indecision and pendulum swings in mid-October.
Betts saw the indecision and raced toward home, diving in safely once Profar finally did unload a throw.
This is especially true if you are gripped with indecision about what to get as a gift for one of these new graduates.
The hung jury, in other words, arrived at its indecision several months before #MeToo would come to suggest—if in the tentative tones of people who have become accustomed to being disappointed—that the world really can get fairer.
For a book about indecision and its attendant anxieties, Motherhood opens on a remarkably calm and reflective note.
But the effect of Trump's indecision and lack of expertise is the same.
Seven years of indecision have left us the weakest outside power in the war.
Even during the opener against Florida plenty of indecision was shown, as Speight is seen asking Harbaugh on the sideline before the start of the second half who the quarterback will be for the third quarter.
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Definition of indecision for English Language Learners
: difficulty in making a decision
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