Synonyms of 'dither'
We're still dithering over whether to get married.
She is vacillating over whether or not to marry him.
She hesitated, debating whether to answer the phone.
Some military commanders wavered over whether to support the coup.
I have not faltered in my quest for a new future.
hum and haw
faff about (British , informal)
I am in such a dither I forget to put the water in.
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Someone who is in a flap is in a state of great excitement, worry, or panic.
Wherever he goes, there's always a flap.
Thesaurus for dither from the Collins English Thesaurus
When someone dithers , they hesitate because they are unable to make a quick decision about something.