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indecision
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • After a few days’ indecision, I applied to the young gentleman in whose care he was, and I found that he was dead.
  • These arguments at length concluded, Mr Squeers crossed his legs, uncrossed them, scratched his head, rubbed his eye, examined the palms of his hands, and bit his nails, and after exhibiting many other signs of restlessness and indecision, asked ’whether one hundred pound was the highest that Mr Nickleby could go.’

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  • Don’t mistake her thoughtfulness as weak indecision.
  • She suffers from doubt and indecision.

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