undecisive

Related to undecisive: indecisive

undecisive

(ˌʌndɪˈsaɪsɪv)
adj
indecisive
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The islands are one of Taiwan's 17 official diplomatic allies, but conflict broke out after parliament selected Manasseh Sogavare as the new prime minister on April 14, following undecisive parliamentary elections on April 3.
Contrary to these fruitful findings, majority of the students were either undecisive 75(44%) or disagreed 36(21.2%) to the notion that in these sessions, there was less distraction as their electronic gadgets were enrolled to quiz website.
Scoring is performed in the following way: "not satisfied at all = 1 point", "not satisfied = 2 points", "undecisive = 3 points", "satisfied = 4 points", "very satisfied = 5 points".
Within these decidedly undecisive images are embedded certain quotidian facts (Venice has a lot of birds) but also, more crucially, larger lessons about the unreliability of photographs as visual information.
The most commonly encountered parent approaches are categorized as overprotective, overtolerant, pressuring and overbearing, unbalanced and undecisive, uninterested and democratic.
The type of the area of residence proved to be undecisive as well, though in this case, the overrepresentation of urban people must be taken into consideration (79.2% of the subjects).
On several occasions Tsong kha pa leaves controversies unresolved with undecisive remarks such as "further research required." (8) For example, he discusses at length if Haribhadra might be right in stating that Asahga wrote a commentary on the Prajnaparamita without arriving at a conclusion and leaving the question undecided.
In reality, the condition that both Germany and Poland should also be included in the pact, only meant that Estonia and Latvia retained an undecisive position in the matter.
At best, there has only been a series of undecisive skirmishes against anti-competitive "unauthorized practice of law" (UPL) prohibitions that compel consumers to deal with state-licensed attorneys for common transactions.
They view America as a society that cannot tolerate high casualties and prolonged sacrifices and discomforts, one whose impatience with protracted and undecisive conflicts should encourage its victims to be patient and relentless in their challenges and assaults.