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- adj. Alternative form of indecisive.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Indecisive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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I agree with many of the points and I was undecisive between 3 or 4 folks – so many deserving.
The vast majority of moments in our lives are undecisive, and that's what Flores captures.
The raise of mediocrity is dangerous because those who are uninformed, undecisive and disoriented (don't know and don't care about truth) - are easier to scare and manipulate.
But I must be one of those pampered, undecisive types because -- it's true -- I haven't made up my mind yet.
He is, at best, a weak, political partisan hack, undecisive and just praying for approval from the world.
It's true that model predictions of Global Warming are inexact to put it mildly, and that numerous scientists are undecisive regarding future temperature levels, but there are facts which are proven: -
But EU is very undecisive and don't have experience in such things.
The Penitent Wagnerite: "some safe, undecisive sic pc mush mouth ..."
Right now, they're trying to portray an "undecisive President of the United States," who looks an awful lot like Richard Nixon.
Love him ... and yes, that scared/undecisive president bit had me yawning from the get go, but however they get Dennis Haysbert back is great.