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waffle

A popular term meaning:
adjective Referring to or characterised by indecision; indecisive;
 
noun An indecisive act or philosophy;

verb To act or behave indecisively.

waffle

Decision-making A popular synonym for indecision; can have either nominative–eg, the diagnosis is a complete waffle, or verbal–eg, he/she decided to waffle–status
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The caramelization is off the charts," Terry says of his unique waffles.
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On the bar menu was a small plate suggestion of ham and artichoke waffles.
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The waffle has come a long way and has evolved from a mere mixture of barley and oats to the numerous forms it takes on today.
and Canada, 13 and older, can submit creative photos of themselves with family, friends, pets and more enjoying waffle bowls or cones at their local Dairy Queen.
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The wiring for the waffle irons was incorrectly installed during the manufacturing process, said the CPCS, in a statement.
With a parent's help, cook the waffle in a toaster according to the directions on the package.
Or that a Belgian waffle has almost twice as much (arteryclogging) saturated fat as biscuits & gravy?