Undecided in a sentence as an adjective

Again, I was undecided on whether or not to break this part up but I left it whole.

I'm not saying what Mike is doing is right or wrong, I'm undecided, but I like Kara's take on it.

I'm glad to see that RMS is using his trademark good manners to reach out to the undecided middle.

I was undecided between getting a Galaxy Tab or an iPad.

I was undecided on whether or not to break the article up into 2s and after some feedback on Twitter I decided to.

[...] The cost of the game is still undecided, but it's likely there will be a monthly fee for joining the Multiverse as we are going to emulate all computers and physics even when players aren't logged in.

They took an open question that was undecided for decades and found a way to collect a large amount of data to support the hypothesis.

I was undecided about the allegations, but I think the current situation makes it pretty clear that this is not about the rape allegations at all.

But then I realised the reason I came to HN was for the quality of the comment threads, and thought why not contribute?I'm still undecided as to whether this was the right decision.

Like many other commenters I was undecided whether I should focus on Chef or Puppet, given their relatively similar feature set and popularity.

This enthusiasm comes from precisely the same people who whine about candidates who are "miles wide, inches deep", and I know of at least one instance when the lead developer who interviewed me had to kick and scream to get me hired because my CV painted me "undecided" and "not having a good career discipline".

The problem is compounded by the fact that many companies will not give a "no" to candidates that are a pass due to legal reasons, social convention or whatever else... it puts candidates who want to be persistent in a weird position, because you "don't want to be pushy," but you don't know whether the company is trying to send a message, taking their time, undecided or just incompetent.

Undecided definitions


not brought to a conclusion; subject to further thought; "an open question"; "our position on this bill is still undecided"; "our lawsuit is still undetermined"

See also: open undetermined unresolved


characterized by indecision; "some who had been on the fence came out in favor of the plan"; "too many voters still declare they are undecided"


not yet having made a commitment; "undecided voters"