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“Irresolute, nonspecific and generalized anger anent a subject, I suspect, is a generational thing.”
“For this I was rewarded by being introduced as an Irresolute Idealist.”
“Irresolute, suddenly reversing my own decisions, impetuous in action as she knew me, she feared, I am sure, a revocation of my commission to”
“Irresolute conduct of the war by the allies in upper Germany.”
“Irresolute, unconvinced, without power to enforce any resolution or conviction he might have settled upon, Beran returned to the school on Zelambre Bay.”
“Irresolute, Warren glanced at Pepita; she nodded slightly.”
“Irresolute in thought, impotent in will, and only occasionally fretted by circumstances into a feeble activity, he is an almost painfully accurate representation of a class of men who drift through life without any power of self-direction.”
“Irresolute he paused, little liking the sequestered gulch for a resting-place; divining the prickly thicket and almost impenetrable brushwood that lined the road.”
“Irresolute persons who do not know their own minds, and cannot remember their own orders, make very poor masters and mistresses.”
“Irresolute and deep in thought as to his future actions, Joe Noy walked unconsciously forward.”
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