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Latin vacillāt-, participial stem of vacillāre to sway, stagger, totter, etc., whence also French vaciller (1314), Italian vacillare, Portuguese vacillar, Spanish vacilar


  • 1:a. To swing or sway unsteadily; to be in unstable equilibrium; to stagger.
b. To vary; to hover doubtfully.
c. To fluctuate; to produce varying results.


89:10.2 Sin must be redefined as deliberate disloyalty to Deity. There are degrees of disloyalty: the partial loyalty of indecision; the divided loyalty of confliction; the dying loyalty of indifference; and the death of loyalty exhibited in devotion to godless ideals.

91:9.5 You must make a wholehearted choice of the divine will. You must obliterate the dead center of indecision.