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  • a  uncertain how to act or proceed
    the committee was timid and mediocre and irresolute

  • The Foreign Minister stood irresolute for a moment, walked to the other end of the platform, to be interned a few days later, like Smigly-Rydz, by the Rumanian Government.
  • For months, Kerrys been lampooned as irresolute, flip flopping Frenchie.
  • As Premier, he continued at the mercy of this same irresolute Left majority, which recently overturned his Cabinet (PTI, March 15) because it did not like his financial .
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  • Laurence Anyways: Sex Changes Always Complicate a Relationship
    As befits a proper love story, this romantic epic from 24-year-old Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan pours forth in an irresolute, undisciplined torrent. It takes energy, and audacity, for a movie to be all over the place without seeming to get anywhere; life sometimes is like that too. Their relat...
    June 25, 2013 - SF Weekly

  • Winston Churchill in Independent
    Too many of the world's leaders are still best described in the words Winston Churchill applied to those who ignored Adolf Hitler's threat: 'They go on in strange paradox, decided only to be undecided, resolved to be irresolute, adamant for drift,... Al Gore Forbes Dec 10, 2007 53832 70866 irresolute Winston Churchill described the Government of the day as resolved to be irresolute, adamant for drift, solid for fluidity and all-powerful for impotence", recalled the Prime Minister.
  • James Taranto in New York Magazine
    • James Taranto writes, "It sounds as though, after months of indecision, the president has finally resolved to be irresolute. It seems that his central strategic goal is to displease no one."

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