One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘they wasted several minutes while she dithered’
hesitate, falter, waver, teeter, vacillate, oscillate, fluctuate, change one's mind, be in two minds, be ambivalent, be indecisive, be unsure, be undecided
procrastinate, hang back, delay, stall, temporize, drag one's feet, dawdle, dally
British hum and haw, haver
informal shilly-shally, dilly-dally, blow hot and cold, pussyfoot around, sit on the fence
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