[ US /ˌɪndɪˈsɪʒən/ ]
[ UK /ˌɪndɪsˈɪʒən/ ]
  1. doubt concerning two or more possible alternatives or courses of action
    his indecision was only momentary but the opportunity was lost
  2. the trait of irresolution; a lack of firmness of character or purpose
    the king's incurable indecisiveness caused turmoil in his court
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How To Use indecision In A Sentence

  • The indecision over the future tax break has reportedly already cost the Irish film industry millions.
  • At what point does indecision, does the inability to act at all, become legitimately frightening?
  • She hesitated for a moment and was angry even at that display of indecision. THE LAST RAVEN
  • This is no time to listen to the voices of tremulousness, indecision, compromise and fear.
  • Any change in plan would be construed as indecision.
  • Not a person you'd accuse of indecision, she grew up in Mayfield and when she came to Christchurch in 1955 flatted at the YWCA hostel with another Mid-Canterbury girl destined to achieve in sport - Val Young.
  • Thomas Gandow, criticized what he called the frequent belittlement of Scientology in the media and the indecision of politicians to work towards banning the organization in Germany. Deutsche Welle: DW-WORLD.DE
  • Indecision and confusion about where funds were to come from and problems securing necessary materials also affected construction.
  • We are left to speculate the girl is just a deadhead, and in her indecision, powers on, deciding to live in the future, never looking back.
  • Indecision and inaction can lead to bigger problems in business so avoid procrastination and delay.
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