Synonyms for vacillation
Example Sentences Including 'vacillation'
Any more vacillation by the Council of Ministers is a vacillation which will lead to serious consequences, for which the Council itself must accept the responsibility.
We have now had enough inertia and vacillation.
- Our growing responsibilities will leave no room for the vacillation and inaction we have displayed in the past.
Eighteen months of vacillation after the signature of the Maastricht Treaty have darkened the European horizon.
This is something where deprived regions of the United Kingdom cannot afford to see further vacillation.
- These procedures are an open door to the impoverishment of countries through delay, vacillation and corruption.
I distinctly heard a slight uplilt, which suggests a hesitation, a vacillation, and maybe an ambivalence?
In this way there is vacillation between compromises and postponments, and the objective moves further and further away.
Then the British Presidency was characterized by drift and vacillation, by lack of purpose and absence of vision.
That has been the policy of the Commission so far, and it will continue to be so without vacillation.
- Sometimes there is too much bureaucracy, too much red tape, and too much vacillation when the aid is granted.
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