1. uncertain how to act or proceed;
2. lacking decisiveness of character; unable to act or decide quickly or firmly;
I stood irresolute beside my car.
Irresolute persons make poor victors.
The worst reason to launch an attack would be a fear of seeming irresolute.
Presley was a confirmed dreamer, irresolute, inactive, with a strong tendency to melancholy.
The irresolute spend the most precious moments of life regretting.
Being aimless and irresolute and hesitant is lamentable mentality.
Because of his irresolute character, we were defeated at last.
He is never irresolute or inactive.
Lacking firmness of will, character, or purpose ; irresolute.
Irresolute persons make poor leaders.
To be nervously irresolute in acting or doing.
The committee was timid and mediocre and irresolute.
The manager is irresolute.
One must be decisive, not irresolute.
To be irresolute when a prompt decision should be taken would only spell disaster.
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