irresolute[i rez′ə lo̵̅o̅t′]
If you tentatively agree to go to a party, then change your mind, and then tentatively agree to go again, this is an example of being irresolute.
Origin of irresoluteClassical Latin irresolutus
- Unsure of how to act or proceed; undecided.
- Lacking in resolution; indecisive.
- ir·res′o·lute′ness, ir·res′o·lu′tion
(comparative more irresolute, superlative most irresolute)