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- n. Plural form of shilly-shallying.
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The Americans have also decided to launch another radio program, a section of "The Voice of America," "Radio Marti," which, after long shilly-shallyings on
After some years and some very unmanly shilly-shallyings, he puts her away, and marries another, with whom (one is feebly glad to find) he is no more lucky, but who has herself the luck to die after some years.
She was not troubled by any of the shilly-shallyings of casuistry, her doctrine was like a bar of iron, her faith never wavered, her conscience knew no scruples.