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(John M'Iver the humblest of its members) built up on doubt and whim and shillyshally hither and yond?
Then a lot of shillyshally usually followed, Tom for and Dick and Harry against.
You've got to shillyshally, and then you've got to go it blind.
'Two not sound, five true as steel, and the rest shillyshally.
And you'd shillyshally around, and throw over the true, noble hero to whom you owe everything -- whom you've pretended you loved -- to run after a title, an Englishman, when you could have that big-hearted American! "
You'll have the moral courage to come right to the point when he would like to shillyshally, and you can be frank while he's trying to think how to make y-e-s spell no. "