Examples of indecisive in a Sentence
She's always been very indecisive.
Recent Examples of indecisive from the Web
The LDP sought to portray her as indecisive for delaying the relocation of the iconic Tsukiji fish market over pollution concerns and insisting on reviewing the ballooning cost of the 2020 Olympics.
Florida State’s Dwayne Bacon looked anything but jittery or indecisive in his first summer league game, a 74-67 victory against the Miami Heat at the Orlando Magic’s practice gym.
My biggest pet peeves are: negative people, people who only talk about themselves and anyone who is constantly indecisive.
News described Obama as indecisive in acting on Russian interference in the election.
Ordinarily a report of this nature would thrill Trump loyalists, who relish opportunities to cast Obama as having been weak and indecisive, especially on foreign policy matters.
But for the indecisive who cannot really choose – chicken?
Without an answer to those questions, Roberts is left looking indecisive, not a good look for a manager.
Indecisive travelers, take note: 'Sister properties,' hotels and resorts in different zip codes that share the same owners, are now offering the best of multiple worlds to their guests—two destinations, one trip.
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First Known Use of indecisive
INDECISIVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of indecisive for English Language Learners
: not able to make choices quickly and confidently
: not settling something or making something final or certain
INDECISIVE Defined for Kids
Definition of indecisive for Students
1 : not decisive or final an indecisive battle
2 : finding it hard to make decisions an indecisive person
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