- For weeks Jack vacillated between a home in Memphis and one in Little Rock.
- With so much disagreement it is no surprise that policymakers are unsure and vacillate.
- You can tell when they're stressed out they'll equivocate and vacillate.
- To waste time especially in indecision; dawdle or vacillate.
- They have no definite ideas about their work so they constantly vacillate between "left and right" thinking sometimes falling victim to right conservatism their ideas lagging behind reality sometimes rushing ahead impetuously and placing undue emphasis on quantity and speed in an attempt to go beyond what is actually possible.
- Or vacillate between the two?
- To vacillate in one's actions or decisions.
- Some of them still have doubts their stand is not yet firm and they vacillate in moments of stress.
- When did she begin to vacillate?
- To fluctuate or waver in making choices; vacillate.
- Precisely because their motives and their standpoints differ some will vacillate or turn traitor at the very start of the struggle some will become indifferent or withdraw from the fight midway and some will determinedly fight to the end.