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Definition of "hesitance" []

  • The act or state of hesitating. (noun)

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Use "hesitance" in a sentence
  • "But still, to approach Zack & Miri with some hesitance is warranted, as the last time Mr. Smith made a film outside of the Jay and Silent Bob universe, we got the wince-inducing, aformentioned Jersey Girl."
  • "The noise pollution in my theater was so bad that after the feature I demanded a refund, which I was granted without hesitance from the frighteningly understanding staff."
  • "It is my belief that the formula proposed in the message I sent yesterday should be adopted without any hesitance, that is, a heavily fortified defensive position using an amount of soldiers not to exceed the size of a brigade, which should be maintained at the eastern section of the river."