Definition of indecisively in English:


Pronunciation /ˈˌindəˈsīsivlē/ /ˈˌɪndəˈsaɪsɪvli/

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‘And they may feel obliged to take firm decision, quickly, to demonstrate to the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister that they are not evading their responsibilities or acting indecisively.’
  • ‘The worst thing that could happen would be for it to end indecisively, with embittered semi-losers on all sides.’
  • ‘He consulted a supervisor, who stared at me indecisively for a few minutes.’
  • ‘I'd been up since six, cleaning and fussing indecisively over my wardrobe, and I'd eventually settled on a warm brown sweater and khaki pants.’
  • ‘He spent his early years indecisively moving about - working at an investment house, on a farm in Canada, and as a teacher in British public schools.’