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  • r  lacking firmness or resoluteness
    `I don't know,' he said indecisively
  • r  without finality; inconclusively; neither side had clearly won but neither side admitted defeat"
    the battle ended indecisively

  • The bloody Angolan civil war ground grimly and indecisively on last week.
  • Ma'ariv newspaper columnist Ben Caspit fumed: " This campaign was conducted negligently, hesitantly, indecisively.
  • In his current one-man show at Los Angeles' Felix Landau Gallery (see color), he has heads and figures that seem to hover indecisively between existence and nonexistence.
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  • Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul in Independent Online
    Germany's Development Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul on Monday said the SADC and the AU had reacted "too late and too indecisively" to events in Zimbabwe.
  • Rahul Dravid in
    It was most disappointing that the game had to end indecisively. The ground authorities did a great job to try and get the ground ready for play, but the conditions were not good enough for play to continue,said Dravid, who appeared to slip...

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