Hesitated [verb]

Definition of Hesitated:

wait; be uncertain

Opposite/Antonyms of Hesitated:

Sentence/Example of Hesitated:

If you have any other questions about home ownership please don’t hesitate to reach out and ask.

While trains and buses used to be budget-friendly travel alternatives to flying or driving, travelers might hesitate to consider them now.

If you aren’t sure you’re getting enough from your diet, don’t hesitate to take a supplement.

Ecommerce shopping doesn’t provide consumers with the opportunity to see, hold, and feel products in person, so they may sometimes hesitate to make a purchase if there are things they’re unsure about.

Take your time to thank each one of them for their contribution and don’t hesitate to personalize your message with your personal impression of their content.

Ideally, you would launch your invitation privately, but if you still can’t find their email address, don’t hesitate to send a tweet that mentions your plan or a simple message via the other social media platforms.

Then one of the magter came in and Brion hesitated before shooting.

The beauty, the mystery,—this fierce sunshine or something—stir——' She hesitated for a fraction of a second.

And as she hesitated between obedience to one and duty toward the other, her life, her love and future was in the balance.

Gordon turned his pleading eyes on his old friend without a ray of concession; but for a moment he hesitated.