Indecisive [adjective]

Definition of Indecisive:

uncertain, indefinite

Opposite/Antonyms of Indecisive:

Sentence/Example of Indecisive:

Kent could have sworn that there was an appeal in her eyes, and he stood for a moment, indecisive, Jandron's stare upon him.

The morning after this indecisive battle the entire Russian army was far away.

An indecisive action took place, the two fleets passing each other on opposite tacks and exchanging broadsides.

The fight was indecisive, but he arrived first at the Cape and prevented the projected attack.

An indecisive action took place in which, owing to baffling calms, only the British van was engaged.

The division which succeeded in capturing San Fernando had an indecisive affair at Cojedes.

Yet even this did not enable him to win; the battles were somehow or another always indecisive.

Here their two armies met in April in a stubborn and indecisive engagement.

Two days later he fell upon Banks at Cedar Mountain in a sharp but indecisive encounter.

Charles was obliged to raise the siege, and on his return to Oxford fought with Essex the bloody and indecisive battle of Newbury.