He remembered those weeks of timid indecision, during which he had looked and longed and despaired of ever having the courage to ask her.
"They’re done for," said Bernard and, urged by a sudden impulse, ran forward to help them; then thought better of it and halted; then, ashamed, stepped forward again; then again thought better of it, and was standing in an agony of humiliated indecision–thinking that they might be killed if he didn’t help them, and that he might be killed if he did–when (Ford be praised!), goggle-eyed and swine-snouted in their gas-masks, in ran the police.
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Don’t mistake her thoughtfulness as weak indecision.