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Use "hesitancies" in a sentence
"It was when strangers came, or summer boarders, or when the oldest girls grew up that my sharp senses noted little hesitancies in public and searchings for possible public opinion."
"Since war is traumatic for everyone, event for those who survive, it is no wonder that the art of the modern masters reflect hesitancies and missteps as the artists sought at once to retain their avant-garde stature while adapting to permanently altered cultural circumstances."
"Just as a follow-up: I'd direct you to Musgrove's website, mussgroveforsenate. net, in order to back up my hesitancies about the enthusiasm for his candidacy, but he doesn't have an issues page on the website."