- v. present participle of dither.
- n. the process of representing intermediate colors by patterns of tiny colored dots that simulate the desired color
“And all the while they have been considering - some might call it 'dithering' - China has continued to steal even more American manufacturing jobs, launch even more capital ships, and, lately, threaten one of our staunchest allies, Japan, and in the process our own national security.”
“He slams President Obama for changing the missile shield plant, for pursuing better relations with Iran and for what he called dithering over what to do in Afghanistan.”
“So, yes, there would have been more decisiveness and less - though the word has been beaten to death - the word 'dithering'?”
“She took a swipe at President Barack Obama and what she described as his "dithering" response to the political upheaval in the Middle East, saying he "should have done more for Arab protesters.”
“In 3 more weeks will Obama come up with a 5th option? hate to admit it but "dithering" is becoming more and more the perfect word to define and prove his contempt for the military. kr”
“What, other than ineffectual dithering, is “sure” about the Obama administration?”
“Anderson: What, other than ineffectual dithering, is “sure” about the Obama administration?”
“And maybe when he gets back he'll make a decision on Afghanistan ........ 3 months of dithering is long enough.”
“In my hands in Waterstone's Decca: The Letters of Jessica Mitford and I was oh so tempted, but I dithered and dithering is fatal.”
“But the dithering is over - the mixed signals are done - and if he does change his mind, I might still be around.”
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