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used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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leaving a decision unmade due to uncertainty; or a general tendency to leave decisions unmade
  • All the indecision suddenly vanishes into clear, defined moments—changing the linens, choosing a dress or a hymn, the washing up, the muttering of prayers.
    Chapter 38 (72% in)

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