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  • Irresolute, nonspecific and generalized anger anent a subject, I suspect, is a generational thing.

    Lionel: The G-20 Protesters Are Rebels Without a Clue

  • For this I was rewarded by being introduced as an Irresolute Idealist.

    Lance Simmens: Government Can Work

  • Irresolute, suddenly reversing my own decisions, impetuous in action as she knew me, she feared, I am sure, a revocation of my commission to

    Uncle Silas

  • Irresolute conduct of the war by the allies in upper Germany.

    1531, Feb. 6

  • Irresolute, unconvinced, without power to enforce any resolution or conviction he might have settled upon, Beran returned to the school on Zelambre Bay.

    The Languages of Pao

  • Irresolute, Warren glanced at Pepita; she nodded slightly.

    Ruined City

  • Irresolute in thought, impotent in will, and only occasionally fretted by circumstances into a feeble activity, he is an almost painfully accurate representation of a class of men who drift through life without any power of self-direction.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 21, July, 1859

  • Irresolute he paused, little liking the sequestered gulch for a resting-place; divining the prickly thicket and almost impenetrable brushwood that lined the road.

    Under the Rose

  • Irresolute persons who do not know their own minds, and cannot remember their own orders, make very poor masters and mistresses.

    Manners and Social Usages

  • Irresolute and deep in thought as to his future actions, Joe Noy walked unconsciously forward.

    Lying Prophets

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