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- v. Present participle of vacillate.
- adj. Liable to vacillate; wavering, irresolute.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inclined to fluctuate; wavering.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. uncertain in purpose or action
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Again, he is often loose and vacillating in the use of the English words he has selected as corresponding to the technical phraseology of the Arabian jurists, and sometimes infelicitous in the selection of his English terms.
My friend, who may mildly be described as vacillating in temperament, left me in Calcutta.
I think that there's a lot of us out there who are kind of vacillating in terms of 60-40 a lot in my own mind.
I think there's a lot of us out there who are kind of vacillating between 60/40 a lot and in my own mind, I really need to see them both.
Why should there be no tribunal of control over these "vacillating" husbands, who refuse to abide by written pledges, and make promises "for the opportunity of breaking them"?
But that is not as he would have the world believe, his only "vacillating" attempt at reconciliation.
Broder's "vacillating" Democrats want the religous Islamic victory mosque, because now the flip-flopping Democrats are religous conscience, and Republicans just say No. What an outrage that our government has put roadblocks in the path of its own citizens trying rebuild their beloved Church destroyed by Islamic extremists, St. Nicholas Greek
Korban Oleh Viyored, a "vacillating" Sin Offering, brought by an individual guilty of certain specific sins.
Red Herring report in March, Meffert noted some larger firms had started "vacillating" in their interest.
Prosecutors also said some of the alleged victims were "vacillating" about whether they would participate in the case if it went to trial.