Vacillate in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Vacillate

to waver between different opinions or actions; be indecisive

Examples of Vacillate in a sentence

If you ask Paula to choose a restaurant for lunch, she will vacillate between restaurants forever. 🔊

While King Henry was normally a good leader, he had the tendency to vacillate when important decisions needed to be made.  🔊

If you vacillate between two positions, there is no way you will win the debate. 🔊

Sally is beginning to vacillate about whether or not she wants to get married on Christmas Day.  🔊

You will miss a great opportunity if you vacillate instead of accepting the job offer!  🔊

Although Helen will vacillate on the choice for a long time, in the end, she will more than likely make the right decision.  🔊

Jack and Jill vacillate between loving and hating each other on a daily basis.  🔊

It is not uncommon for people to vacillate when it comes to choosing lottery numbers.  🔊

Because her opinions rarely waiver, Ann is not one to vacillate on any subject which is important to her.  🔊

The defendant’s confession will probably vacillate the jury’s verdict.  🔊

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