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- n. Plural form of hesitator.
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In real life, people use speach hesitators um, uh and repeat themseves a lot.
"You're a pretty pair of suspenders," said Ardan cheerily (he meant of course doubting hesitators, but his fluent command of English sometimes led him into such solecisms).
To expand the market beyond soccer moms, Honda, like other minivan makers, is targeting the hesitators'' - drivers who could be lured into purchasing one, if only they weren't so, well, soccer mom-ish.
Chief Engineer Art St. Cyr divided the car-buying public into "adopter types" who are minivan loyalists, "rejectors" who won't consider them, and "hesitators" who are wavering.