- n. The quality of being undecided.
- undecided + -ness (Wiktionary)
“She's said lots since then that has disturbed me, and even in my undecidedness she's not near the top of my list; but politically as well as substantively I think it's important to keep the public very clear on the difference between even our most 'centrist' Dem and any of the Republicans.”
“There is state of political undecidedness creeping into the minds of Indian denizenswhich may scatter the vote bank between wanted and unwanted options; and the outfall may turn out to be set of opportunist kings and kingmakers which will lead to reincarnation of 3rd front which is concieved after the elction results but never lives for the full term.”
“The undecidedness paradoxes give the anti-realist even further reason to revise classical logic in favor of intuitionistic logic.”
“The reinterpretation of the undecidedness intuition at line v gives us a claim that is classically, but not intuitionistically, equivalent to Und. And so, it is only classically, and not intuitionistically, inconsistent with the result at line iv.”
“It is free of Fitch's paradox and the related undecidedness paradox.”
“All the contestants eagerly raised their hands, laying claim to their undecidedness, their ticket to fame, however fleeting.”
“I think she really has some level of undecidedness and is working hard to maintain it.”
“She's preserving some undecidedness but will in the end vote for McCain.”
“And with 1% of the precincts reporting, I'm projecting the winner is "She's preserving some undecidedness but will in the end vote for McCain.”
“She's preserving some undecidedness but will in the end vote for Obama.”
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