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indecision
used in Anna Karenina

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Definition
leaving a decision unmade due to uncertainty; or a general tendency to leave decisions unmade
  • The position of uncertainty, of indecision, was still the same as at home—worse, in fact, since it was impossible to take any step, impossible to see Vronsky, and she had to remain here among outsiders, in company so uncongenial to her present mood.
    Part Three (50% in)
  • The agonizing condition of suspense she had passed in Moscow, the tardiness and indecision of Alexey Alexandrovitch, her solitude—she put it all down to him.
    Part Seven (71% in)

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