be indecisive

See: oscillate
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Summary: Leeds [UK], May 29 (ANI): Chelsea and Arsenal are gearing up for the Europa League final and latter's former defender Lauren appears to be indecisive regarding the match's result saying that both the teams have equal possibility to clinch the title.
Peter may be indecisive and inconstant, but he is also very open to God's promptings so that he is able to know Jesus in a most profound way.
They are also said to be indecisive, stubborn and seemingly too liberal in their ways.
DID you use to be indecisive, but now you're not so sure?
The Met Men used to be indecisive before Michael Fish's famously missed hurricane, now they're not so sure.