Hesitation [noun]

Definition of Hesitation:

waiting; uncertainty

Opposite/Antonyms of Hesitation:

Sentence/Example of Hesitation:

Lawyers in who practiced in Maryland and the District grew accustomed to texting or calling Bregman with a legal question because they knew he would know the answer without hesitation.

Still, there appeared to be little hesitation in the GOP ranks on voting to support Greene.

Becklund has no hesitation recommending their use—with the caveat that it’s important to talk to a physician about any medical concerns first, and to make sure not to get one that’s too heavy.

I started with one digit every two seconds and I’ve had to practice doing that very quickly and learning how to do that without hesitation.

“I don’t have any hesitation for myself,” said Prahl, while acknowledging that if she were advising a patient, she would run through potential risks and benefits.

One potential issue is whether brands have any hesitation relying on contractors to represent them.

Those who choose hesitation over action will be endangering our planet and their business.

New competition has been entering the market at lower price points, but my hesitation there is always how well they’ll be supported in the years to come.

Don’t get me wrong—we still deal with hesitation and push back.

Moments before, her opponent, Theresa Greenfield, responded to the moderator’s question without hesitation about the break-even price of corn by citing the current price of corn.