Definition of Hesitances
1. hesitance [n] - See also: hesitance
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hesitances
Literary usage of Hesitances
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Biblical and Theological Dictionary: Explanatory of the History, Manners by Richard Watson, Nathan Bangs (1832)
"... all its comparison of things in the judg. ment, all the influences of motives on the affections, all tho hesitances and baitings of the will, ..."
2. A Biblical and theological dictionary by Richard Watson (1832)
"... comparison of things in the judgment, all the influences of motives on the affections, all the hesitances and baitings of the will, to its final choice. ..."
3. Lectures and Essays by Henry Giles (1851)
"Here are no dreams or doubts ; here are no mysteries or spectres ; here are no hesitances or perplexities ; here are no problems or conjectures ; here is no ..."