ditherer


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ditherer

[ˈdɪðərəʳ] N (esp Brit) → indeciso/a m/f
don't be such a ditherer!¡no seas tan indeciso!
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Clearly Mrs May is not of that calibre and gives the impression of a ditherer.
AS Dibley's favourite ditherer Jim Trott would say "No No No No N No Yes
A Downing Street ditherer who would get a terrible Brexit deal, threatening jobs and livelihoods.
Mrs May's bid to suggest she has voters' backing for the policy came as she was forced to defend her leadership style after accusations she is a ditherer who back on key decisions.
Then do something that makes you look like a world leader, not a world ditherer.
He let slip that he had changed his mind, but this was the U-turn of a godfather, not a ditherer.
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With deep and savage public sector cuts from the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats looming,Wales needs a strong defender, not a ditherer.
Instead of leaders worthy of the name, we had the Scottish Ditherer and Posh Boy Cameron.
Nobody could accuse him of being a ditherer or of having flip-flop opinions.
When he bottled an election last year he revealed himself as a ditherer.