state of indecision

See: deadlock
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To know that she had the power of revealing what would so exceedingly astonish Jane, and must, at the same time, so highly gratify whatever of her own vanity she had not yet been able to reason away, was such a temptation to openness as nothing could have conquered but the state of indecision in which she remained as to the extent of what she should communicate; and her fear, if she once entered on the subject, of being hurried into repeating something of Bingley which might only grieve her sister further.
In this state of indecision, obviously the first thing to be done, was to thump the boy for finding Mr.
The younger Mr Chivery, more distant, did not shake hands with him at all; he stood looking at him in a state of indecision so observable that it even came within the observation of Clennam with his heavy eyes and heavy heart.
She might assist his resolution, or reconcile him to it; she might give just praise to Harriet, or, by representing to him his own independence, relieve him from that state of indecision, which must be more intolerable than any alternative to such a mind as his.
Nisar Ali Khan Saturday said that the state of indecision on the part of ruling party would be detrimental to the system.
Russia and Iran, as well as the Syrian Kurds, are using this state of indecision to gain as much terrain as possible to be in a stronger position at the negotiation table.
Streit brought this across brilliantly; even the irregularity in his vocal projection seemed to underline his constant state of indecision.
Samajwadi Party (SP) who was staunchly opposing the Lokpal Bill said there would be a state of indecision in the country after the bill becomes law.
No wonder the profession is in a state of indecision, with practitioners not knowing the difference between being traders or professionals.
We met the St Johns the following day and found them in some state of indecision.
Ancestry, birth, upbringing and belonging are some of the ingredients that make up one's national identity but even if one has multiple choices it doesn't normally cause any problems, so why Mr Christley is in a state of indecision I have no idea.