(1) People staggered before the abyss, unsteady, irresolute .(2) As it is, disparity maintains an irresolute space in which one concept can neither overrule the other nor resolve the destruction waged.(3) The play calls for Elizabeth to gradually learn the rules, reaching the same irresolute state as the adults who surround her.(4) Much of it boils down to little more than a group of disgruntled notions sloshing around in irresolute minds.(5) I think a bit of Europe will be a very good thing for the present, or as long as I'm in this irresolute mood.(6) Inactive and irresolute , she has been adrift for months now, personally and professionally.(7) The man of sanguine temperament builds high hopes where the timid despair, and the irresolute are lost in doubt.(8) But this year, for some reason, I was very irresolute about it.(9) Branding is a sign, not of the dynamic accumulation of capital, but of weakness and irresolute leadership.(10) That's just what voters need - another referendum passed down by bureaucrats who are too irresolute to do their jobs.(11) It is also a shame that Daldry felt he had to finish his film with a ├ö├ç├┐feel-good├ö├ç├û conclusion that is at odds with a generally irresolute tone.(12) After previous outrages we had been irresolute and appeared unwilling to defend ourselves.(13) Affirmative and ambiguous, we are invited to critically examine our own fear of and fascination with the mysterious and irresolute .(14) He was following me no longer; he stood irresolute .(15) They were prone to be shaky and irresolute , he explained - and might even betray the nation's servicemen.(16) In the myth-making of the Middle East, it allowed the West to be portrayed as weak and irresolute .