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- adv. In an indecisive manner.
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- adv. Without decision.
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- adv. without finality; inconclusively
- adv. lacking firmness or resoluteness
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The second debate ended as indecisively as the first.
Confusingly (and indecisively), he isn't taking a stand on Amendment 62.
Anand played indecisively and Nakamura turned the game on a dime, threw his pieces at Anand's king, and when the smoke cleared, he was up in material.
Silver moved indecisively last week as the market paused after plunging from near-record highs above $49 an ounce.
The lips of the stranger moved indecisively, and his brown throat writhed and wrestled with unspoken words.
Justice Robert Jackson, the chief U.S. prosecutor and the architect of Nuremberg, put it well when he spoke of the regime that the accused at Nuremberg had served: "Civilization can afford no compromise with the social forces which would gain renewed strength if we deal ambiguously or indecisively with the men in whom those forces now precariously survive."
Getty Images Justice Robert Jackson, chief U.S. prosecutor at Nuremberg, argued against acting 'ambiguously or indecisively.'
The one I had selected wavered indecisively before me, and, as I swung wide to make the boarding gentle, filled suddenly and darted away, the smart Mongols shouting a wild rhythm as they bent to the sweeps.
The British public has no interest in a war which drags on indecisively.
Ruby stood indecisively in the front hall, looking down at the paper, half tempted to crumple it up and throw it away.