[ US /ˌəndɪˈsaɪdɪd/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌndɪsˈa‍ɪdɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. characterized by indecision
    some who had been on the fence came out in favor of the plan
    too many voters still declare they are undecided
  2. not brought to a conclusion; subject to further thought
    our position on this bill is still undecided
    an open question
    our lawsuit is still undetermined
  3. not yet having made a commitment
    undecided voters
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How To Use undecided In A Sentence

  • Some disputes are better left undecided in the annals of history.
  • The remaining 14 per cent were undecided. The Sun
  • Strikingly, Podhorzer said that his union's internal polls -- which push voters hard on the question of whether people are really firmly committed to their pick -- show that as many as "15 to 20 percent" of battleground state voters remain "persuadable," as he put it, despite what public polls say about the level of undecided voters. Top Obama Labor Supporter Warns Race Remains Volatile, Says Voters Lack Clear Sense Of Obama
  • Three quarters of the band want to do it, the other one 's undecided. Times, Sunday Times
  • She studied chemistry and took pre-med classes, undecided on whether to pursue medicine.
  • He also is undecided on his emotions, chopping and changing between angry violent outbursts and whiny emotional pleas.
  • It's because central government is so undecided it has lost control, and everything is governed locally.
  • Charles was at their side, obviously love-stricken with both but undecided which one should have the priority. GOODBYE CURATE
  • But there was a small group of undecided members.
  • They are undecided as to whether to buy a new car.
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