hesitance


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Noun1.hesitance - a feeling of diffidence and indecision about doing something
diffidence, self-distrust, self-doubt - lack of self-confidence
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But Zaha had no hesitance in recommending the club to Wan-Bissaka.
Commenting further on the hesitance of Pakistanis regarding paying taxes and how their taxes would be used, Khan said: "People think their tax won't be spent on them.
Commenting further on the hesitance of Pakistanis regarding paying taxes and how their taxes would be used, Imran said: 'People think their tax won't be spent on them.
It just felt like, I don't want to cheapen it like that." Actress Renee Zellweger on her hesitance to discuss important issues on social media.
Over two in three rejected the federal government's plan to abolish the mandatory death sentence, with just 22 per cent in agreement with the move, which may explain Putrajaya's recent hesitance in introducing legislation in this direction despite previously strong remarks.
Hesitance in everything and the loyalty to the old, inefficient way.
After some initial hesitance by the music industry to embrace streaming services, record labels and artists appear to have followed consumers' lead in accepting that the future of music lies in digital distribution.
Rizvi said no hesitance will be shown in offering any kind of sacrifice for the cause of the nation and hoped that Pakistan army will be in the front row for the progress and prosperity of the GB region.
A long ball over the top from George Kwasi caught the Orange Fortress napping as Fahd Youssef capitalised on Mohammed Kasola's hesitance to latch on to slot in his first league goal past Basel Samih.
Lately that hesitance seems to be waning, with brands not only collaborating alongside more rap artists but also now releasing their own branded tracks and playlists.
Despite the apparent hesitance towards ordering from overseas retailers, cross-border imports are estimated to consistently rise over the course of the next four years.
Some legislators admitted hesitance to supporting the proposed second tax package after the first one, or the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act, proved unpopular and was largely blamed for elevated consumer prices of late.