fence sitter

fence sitter

n. Informal
One who takes a position of neutrality or indecision, as in a controversial matter.

fence′-sit′ting (-sĭt′ĭng) n.
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Kieran: "He was a fence sitter - he very rarely talks.
In fact, I told him he might get accused of being a fence sitter and you know what he said?
If we weigh the pros and cons," goes the voice of the fence sitter, ensuring you can't pin this rap on him.
Many scouse fans will be backing 4/1 about a Liverpool win, thinking that it must be a mistake, but I'm a fence sitter and am happy enough to take the 21/10 about the draw.
Recognizing that just one organizational system is not for everyone, the authors have devised solutions that provide 10 different systems to match 10 basic personality types such as perfectionist plus, hopper, fence sitter, pack rat and total slob.
With a large number of first time voters who are generally fence sitter, we may lose out as BJP is reaching them more than we can even think off.
Delhi doesn't want to be seen as a fence sitter when democracy is being reinvented in Bangladesh.
It will discourage even those fence sitter investors those who have been holding a lot of money in their hands, but are reluctant to invest," he added.
How much will sceptics, and I must confess I am a fence sitter, suffer if they curtail their excesses?
I was a fence sitter on the issue of the Valley seceding from the city.
However, if Imran Khan gets a clean chit, it will breathe a new life into the PTI's cadre and swing more of the fence sitters towards the party.
After all, the world wide web is no place for fence sitters.