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Definition of "irresolution" [ir•res•o•lu•tion]

  • Lack of resolution; lack of decision or purpose; vacillation. (noun)

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Use "irresolution" in a sentence
  • "The hour of my irresolution is past, and the period of your power is arrived."
  • "But behind his irresolution is his hatred of bloodshed: he could whip out his sword and on a sudden kill Polonius, mistaking him for the king (Herbert), but he could not, in cold blood, make up his mind to kill and proceed to execution."
  • "She urged the conspirators to do their work, and chided in the strongest terms their irresolution and pusillanimity."