dither : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an excited state of agitation
he was in a dither
- v act nervously; be undecided; be uncertain
- v make a fuss; be agitated
- Don't dither about whether you should stay or go; just make a decision and stick to it.
- With the prices of real estate hovering around an all time high there was enough reason for the newly weds to dither on buying their dream house.
- I am in a conventional dither With a conventional star in my eye If youll excuse An expression I use Im in love, Im in love, Im in love, Im in love.
News & Articles
- INTERVENTION IN SYRIA IS NEEDLESS REPEAT OF HISTORY
WASHINGTON -- Have you by chance noticed the words used about President Obama's decision to send arms, ammunition and perhaps air defenses into the Syrian conflagration?The president "had to be almost dragged into the decision," The New York Times wrote in a front-page article. David Gardner, writing in the Financial Times, saw the decision coming "after two years of dither." And The Wall Street ...
June 17, 2013 - Georgie Anne Geyer via Yahoo! News
- Olympia Snowe in Iowa Independent
At a time when Congress continues to dither on enacting a small business jobs bill, Section 413 is a poison pill in this tax bill, robbing American small businesses of the capital they need to create new, good-paying jobs,Senator Snowe said....
- David Obey in ABC News
We are trying to deliver a message to the politicians in Iraq that we are not going to sit around forever watching them dither, watching them refuse to compromise, while our troops die,House Appropriations Committee Chairman David Obey, a...
- Manmohan Singh in Indian Express
This is, I believe, India's moment, let us not dither; let us not shy away in fear of some ghosts in our mind so that India may truly make its tryst with destiny,Singh said.