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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindecisionin‧de‧ci‧sion /ˌɪndɪˈsɪʒən/ noun [uncountable]  DECIDEthe state of being unable to decide what to do There were weeks of indecision about who would go and when.
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indecisionWe do not have the right to find retreat in earnest indecision.Her indecision made her sweat; her armpits felt clammy under her raincoat and the palms of her hands were moist.There would be no passes this time, no indecision.We finally bought the house after months of indecision.I study the amber until the waves of indecision and conflict about leaving Joe and the house recede.And they wandered for 40 years in the wilderness of indecision.The Republicans' indecision over how to proceed stemmed from election-year dynamics.For some months, Joan moved in some indecision between her home and Richard's.But it's the indecision, not knowing when and how.
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