He accused President Carter of vacillation and retreat.
"My mind is not a bed to be made and re-made"
"Some praise at morning what they blame at night;But always think the last opinion right"
"Don't change horses in midstream"
"There was a further moment of vacillation ; then Nickelberry slid the knife back into his belt.GALILEE (2001)
And the real chill and thrill of his performance was its constant vacillation between disconcerting sensuality and brittle brilliance.Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Detectives probing the murder of Robert McCartney have been frustrated by Sinn Fein's vacillation.Sun, News of the World (2005)
Now, in a campaign against Mr. Martin, whose weakness is said to be vacillation , it is Mr. Manley who appears indecisive.Globe and Mail (2003)
Shaw finds the language of Medea full of vacillation Shaw is the kind of actress who takes chances.Globe and Mail (2003)
This vacillation is the result of a policy built on paranoia.Spiked (2004)
Yet constant tension and dissension may easily produce vacillation and even paralysis.The Government and Politics of France