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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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Caption(s): A new waffler from Chef'sChoice alerts the user when to remove the waffle from the non-stick deep channel griddle.
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Enraged by his failure to serve in the military, Nixon condemns him as ``a coward and a fraud,'' ``a waffler and an opportunist.
JOHN Reid is the worst waffler in Westminster, according to a study of TV interviews with senior politicians.
The Belgian 4, the first Belgian waffler to produce four waffles instead of the typical two, is an exclusive in the gourmet catalog's upcoming issue.
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