wishy-washy


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wishy-washy

(ˈwɪʃiˈwɑʃi)
mod. indecisive; insipid; weak. Don’t be such a wishy-washy wimp.
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SETTING THE TONE Margaret Thatcher, pictured with Ted Heath and Quentin Hogg, saw anything without conviction as wishy-washy WEAKNESS Former mayor of Newcastle Theresa Russell with Ted Heath, whose Government was beset by U-turns
HIS wishy-washy attempt to let go is a classic sign he doesn't know what he wants.
I certainly wouldn't want a romantic role -it's too wishy-washy for me.
is a real wishy-washy kind of town,'' USC senior Ebony Hoffman said.
Coun Theresa Stewart was ousted after accusations that the party had become wishy-washy during her five years at the helm.
Place this wishy-washy sentiment against a technical backdrop that, while showing some signs of life during the past couple of sessions, has largely been stuck in decline mode, and I would rather go back to playing Frisbee with my free AOL coasters for now.
So to hell with wishy-washy MEPs saying the new rules amount to a "virtual strip search".
It was all was a bit wishy-washy and pointless really.
And Justice Minister Michael McDowell made a wishy-washy statement in which he said the rights of people to defend themselves should be balanced against other people's right to life.
I bet these wishy-washy party-poopers then climb into their two litre cars and fill the air with petrol fumes.
People who raise fears about civil liberty implications in this debate are instantly accused of wishy-washy liberal sentiment.
The American Civil Liberties Union has lost all integrity with its wishy-washy interpretation of the raw data relating to LAPD's stop-and-search policy.
Sentiment on the king of caffeine is rather wishy-washy, with most investors feigning complacency toward the shares.
30pm this Friday, while various wishy-washy shades of New Labour red reflect on another wishy washy New Labour conference, the anniversary of the jailings will be marked with a reunion at the Empire pub in Hanover Street, Liverpool city centre.
I came to the conclusion that he is all spin and not the man to take this country forward with his wishy-washy policies and eco-friendly drivel.