dithering : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the process of representing intermediate colors by patterns of tiny colored dots that simulate the desired color
- v act nervously; be undecided; be uncertain
- v make a fuss; be agitated
- The bursting of the debt-fueled property bubble and the crippling losses suffered by banks, together with the political dithering of recent days, have set in motion a chain .
- Arbus herself is presented as a shy, somewhat dithering, woman, working as an assistant to her successful fashion photographer husband, whose powerful need to make some sort of .
- There had been three years of Government dithering since the Crash, and a new course was to be set.
News & Articles
- Bill Schools Barry on Syria
After dithering over what to do about Syria, President Obama was taken to the leadership woodshed by Bill Clinton.
June 15, 2013 - New York Times
- Charles Schumer in Forbes
Partisan fights and dithering could only make whatever recession we're going to have worse,Schumer said. "There's a real spirit of compromise in Washington right now, a spirit of let's get together, put away the bipartisan differences,...
- Barack Obama in ABC News
We're out with the dithering, we're in with a bang,a top Obama aide said.
- Vice President Dick Cheney in Boston Globe
The White House must stop dithering while America's armed forces are in danger,Cheney told the conservative Center for Security Policy. "It's time for President Obama to do what it takes to win a war he has repeatedly and rightly called a...