Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an undecided manner; irresolutely.

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  • adverb in an undecided manner

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Examples

  • She caught herself with a quick beat of wings, fluttered about undecidedly for a space, then rose in the air.

    Winged Blackmail

  • Milo recognized Mr. Cowen's voice instantly and traveled through several undecidedly garden-themed rooms to find him, broken tea set and cutlery on the floor, pushing the shards into a pile with his sneaker, making sense of aunt Cathy's infamous inability to properly pack away anything.

    Empty Homes, Empty Windows

  • Milo recognized Mr. Cowen's voice instantly and traveled through several undecidedly garden-themed rooms to find him, broken tea set and cutlery on the floor, pushing the shards into a pile with his sneaker, making sense of aunt Cathy's infamous inability to properly pack away anything.

    Empty Windows, Empty Rooms

  • A curve of highway opened to a view of a lone mountain, undecidedly a large hill, and as Lily passed, she remembered Aaron teaching her to ski there.

    Paper Lanterns

  • But for a justice who eschews both theatricality and whispering to the press, this year of living undecidedly comes as a surprise.

    High-Court Hamlet

  • The majority waver undecidedly between Hillary and Obama; and a clear minority has decided firmly for Obama.

    Obama Ratchets Up Attacks On Hillary: "Too Willing To Give President A Blank Check"

  • I have successfully ordered a sandwich from a young man, and now I'm looking undecidedly at the bottles in the fridge behind the counter, and another young man waits for my order.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • I have successfully ordered a sandwich from a young man, and now I'm looking undecidedly at the bottles in the fridge behind the counter, and another young man waits for my order.

    I'm sorry, I don't speak French

  • Consciencia were undecidedly attached to me but the maugher machrees and the auntieparthenopes my schwalby words with litted spongelets set their soakye pokeys and botchbons afume:

    Finnegans Wake

  • Our hero, that would be Shaun, decides good old London town has been taken over by the undead in this undecidedly British spoof of mutant movies.

    CNN Transcript Sep 24, 2004

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