vacillatory


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vac·il·la·to·ry

 (văs′ə-lə-tôr′ē)
adj.
Inclined to waver; irresolute.

vacillatory

(ˈvæsɪˌleɪtərɪ)
adj
tending to waver or vacillate; indecisive
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Vacillatory series of mystical Sufi poets and writers always love her and believe that love is a property called meta-material.
Because, then, perhaps, Liverpool and its seven partners could bestow the principles concerned with some clear, decisive, positive thinking, rather than the disjointed, vacillatory, addle-headed dithering that is the Gover nment's stock-in-trade today.
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