double-minded


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double-minded

adj
rare undecided; vacillating
ˌdouble-ˈmindedness n
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He had the double-minded personality that we need in all our leaders.
CAIRO: Zamalek's double-minded wing-back Hazem Emam has called on the club on Saturday to let him join Saudi Arabian side Al-Faisaly.
Analysts said that a mixed trading session was witnessed, as some investors were double-minded over the outcome of the meeting between Senate standing committee and KSE officials over the implementation of CGT.
Physicians with higher stakes and stronger moorings in their native soil feel double-minded about leaving the country but even in the present state of confusing uncertainty and painful ambiguity doctors have staggered the timings of their private medical practice.
Toward this end, Bush's best claim for a Christian Twain pertains to the man's name: Twain the double-minded, divided man.
Anti-American sentiment is tricky to gauge: Iraqis are notoriously double-minded about everything--quite capable, for example, of praising the U.
Still, Goldman is correct: Emerson was at least double-minded, "Negotiating Claims of Race and Rights," as was Du Bois when writing profoundly on these twined topics.
Aristotle viewed the aged as double-minded, pessimistic, suspicious, narrow-minded, stingy, cowardly, chilly, impertinent and complaining.