hesitant

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From Latin stem of haesitans, present participle of haesitare (to stick fast, to hesitate)

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hesitant (comparative more hesitant, superlative most hesitant)

  1. Tending to hesitate, wait, or proceed with caution or reservation.
    I am hesitant to recommend him as a manager because he has a short temper.

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hesitant

  1. present participle of hesitar