Example sentences for: dithering

How can you use “dithering” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • When you interfere with our dithering, you're forcing us to change policy.

  • Clinton said it was Betty who became friends with Monica," Dowd wrote in the March 8 New York Times . "It makes sense that the 58-year-old secretary, known for her dignity and discretion, would have enjoyed the dithering visits of a shopaholic who thought she was having a high school romance with the President, like, of the United States."

  • Nowhere in The Lost World 's bestiary is there a creature that behaves with the motivational abandon of that snake in Anaconda : striking minor characters with accuracy and blinding velocity in one scene, hovering and hissing and generally dithering around in the next, so that the heroine has plenty of time to escape.

  • The NYT front page also covers this development, in a piece that points out that many economists think the Japanese government has prolonged the Japanese downturn and that of the region by dithering.

  • As McCain has stated over and over in his defense, he never told the FCC to approve the transfer; he just asked it to stop dithering and make a decision.

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