Hesitate [verb]

Definition of Hesitate:

wait; be uncertain

Opposite/Antonyms of Hesitate:

Sentence/Example of Hesitate:

Don’t hesitate to reach out to your local election officials if you have questions.

Don’t hesitate to reach out and I will get you the sign-up information.

Powell noted a risk, saying that “if excessive inflationary pressures were to build or inflation expectations were to ratchet above levels consistent with our goal,” the central bank wouldn’t hesitate to act.

When the UK government hesitates between several policies, it can get advice from the Koreans who have already faced a similar dilemma a month ago.

These folks are there to liaise and connect you with the right resources, so don’t hesitate to reach out.

I hesitate to go that far just yet, but it is a very large price increase.

Mr. Meadow Mouse did not hesitate to use it, being one of those fortunate folk that are quite at home anywhere.

He looked at her throat, and sighed, seemed to hesitate, and then bent suddenly down as if he were going to kiss it.

Many of the first connoisseurs, now hesitate whether to apply the epithet greatest to Guarnerius or to Stradiuarius.

Well might Sir Charles Hawkins hesitate to believe what the experience of sixty years has barely sufficed to make plain to us.