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How to use vacillated in a sentence. Vacillated pronunciation.

She vacillated, yielded, began to put on the wraps Stanley was collecting for her.
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Whichever way the circumstances of my life vacillated, I was not yet reached to the quick; whether spiritual or material influences made sinuous the current of being, it still flowed toward an undiscovered ocean.
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He then invoked the people, who, it seems, vacillated in their opinions in respect to Jehovah and Baal, to choose finally, of these two deities, the God whom they _would_ worship.
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Claudius vacillated, and Messalina retired to her gardens, hoping to convince her husband of her innocence on the interview which he promised the following day.
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Before that ever-memorable spring Lincoln vacillated between the courts of Springfield, rated as a plain, honest, logical Whig, with no ambition higher politically than to occupy some good home office.
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Therefore her tender conscience vacillated.
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Another anxious day, during which I vacillated between an ignoble love and a noble duty.
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His grief vacillated from anger to despair until the phone rang.
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All day, he vacillated between conviction of the reality of his future knowledge and resolution to have no more to do with it.
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This man had obviously vacillated.
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The frequency and rapidity of these transitions from one government to another, had communicated its influences also to their mode of thinking; and as their country wavered between the Turkish and Austrian rule, so their minds vacillated between revolt and submission.
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No, my soul has not vacillated, but I have not been master of my senses.
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I have vacillated and wandered, and I did not know why; but now I know why-because you were not by me to encourage me, to help me by your presence and beauty.
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With a smile that vacillated between a habit of familiarity and ease, and a recent restraint, she motioned him to a chair.
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The councils vacillated to and fro during three hundred years, gradually tending towards the present Church doctrine of the Trinity; thus,— 1.
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During all this time, opinion vacillated between Arianism on the one hand and Sabellianism on the other.
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And so as he vacillated between Joe's cautious advice to go slow and his own pity the days and weeks slipped by.
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Examples of Vacillated

Example #1
It was a big touring-car, and they sat two and two, with the chauffeur alone.
Example #2
Said he: "The auto's waiting.
Example #3
Half the girls at the Academy, like myself, came from distant towns.
Example #4
Could I have perceived it if there had been?
Example #5
The column on which his victories were represented still remains to perpetuate his magnificence, with its two thousand five hundred figures in bas-relief, winding in a spiral band around it from the base to the summit—one of the most interesting relics of antiquity.
Example #6
At the games instituted in honor of this conquest, eleven thousand beasts were slain, and ten thousand gladiators fought in the Flavian Amphitheatre.