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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Aussie Jason Gardiner didn't realise how popular panto is over here John Evans as Wishy Washy and Jason Gardiner as the evil Abanazar at Venue Cymru
Maybe it is time for wishy- washy to be washed out.
Add a likeable Aladdin and silly side-kick Wishy Washy, a beautiful princess and a wise-cracking and sarcastic genie and you've got a great panto.
Deputy boss of Cotton Tails day nursery in Northfield, Beth played Wishy Washy in the group's version of Aladdin, staged at Cornbrow Hall, Halesowen.
Lead single City Lights and album closer Bad Things are not bad summer tunes, but the rest are wishy washy and all sound very similar.
Herod was the baddie and the dames were the innkeeper's wife and her sister Wishy Washy.
Murphy paints these mostly small images with a kind of washy and monochromatic indifference that purposefully eschews things like meticulousness and verisimilitude for a brushy and detached casualness that can at first lull one into seeing these images as trivial.
A drama group says it has the perfect pick-me-up for those feeling wishy washy after over-indulging at Christmas.
The seasonal offering by OFTM Productions also stars Ant and Helen from Mercia FM's very own breakfast and features memorable characters such as Wishy Washy and the Genie.
As much as Lozek's washy, wavy areas of paint define distressed surfaces, they also suggest atmospheric voids, as if the walls and ceiling were windows onto luminous, ethereal netherworlds, or screens onto which the young men, lost in thought, project their states of mind.
However, with wishy washy fellow Caledonian Cameron also in the mix, Sporting have lowered his expected share to 44-48.
Wishy Washy and Widow Twanky - also known as panto favourites Ray Spencer and Bob Stott, stars of the theatre's current show Aladdin - have been invited to Gothenburg to introduce a group of Swedish writers, performers and producers to a British institution.
Washy went on to be placed runner-up for the supreme award, and was sold at 7,000 guineas to a buyer from the Orkney Islands.
Paint or no paint, however, the show was emphatically titled "Paintings," and Jensen's use of found materials, his low-key, washy palette, and his attempts to downplay his own role in the creative process all have a painterly pedigree: One might cite Michael Krebber, Rosemarie Trockel, Richard Tuttle, Blinky Palermo, or Sigmar Polke as precedents.
McGuigan got within 5000 votes of McConnell at the last election, but friends said he was unhappy with Swinney's lack of belief that the SNP can win seats in Labour's heartlands and his wishy- washy line on independence.