After all I am the woman who spends a large percentage of her time paralyzed with indecision or fear, or both.
The impression again was of indecision and fear of a competition.
a gesture of indecision
He swallowed for a second, indecision crossing his face, before he decided to play dumb.
After a moment of indecision , I crawled to my feet and I quickly wiped my face clean of the mud.
At every stage, ambivalence and indecision has meant that decisions were forced upon them by events on the ground.
At what point does indecision , does the inability to act at all, become legitimately frightening?
The two-week siege was a result of indecision , not sophistication.
Defeated by indecision and the reddest of tape, they withdrew after supplying the initial plans.
The United Nations found itself floundering as it stumbled from one moment of indecision to another.