Competent writers and wary constitutionalists will readily spot the use of these weasel words
when reading reports of the extraordinary expansion of presidential or legislative power.
Those of their number who seek to live by weasel words
run the risk of dying by them.
As soon as I entered my serial number, their computer spit back a set of weasel words
telling me that my time had run out.
Legitimate objective and reasonable exercise are weasel words
that the courts at all levels, with only rare exceptions, have stretched beyond recognition in support of the insatiable meddlesome and confiscatory demands of Leviathan.
What would convince politicians that honesty wins, weasel words
don't; candor wins, evasive language doesn't; belief wins, pragmatism doesn't?
6 billion years, and Mr Shield should know, because his letter is full of weasel words
Their attempted justifications are weasel words
from inadequates who shirk any responsibility for their actions.
Mr Ford also accused unionists of using weasel words
after an Irish League match in Belfast was called off after a flag protest.
The latest in this ever-growing game of weasel words
is called "The Liverpool Care Pathway", shortened to LCP, (or as it is known in Wales, "The Wales Care Pathway").
The only way to control bankers is to introduce both prison and financial penalties soon and not be taken in by any more weasel words
They thought that their weasel words
about wanting to protect good public pension would convince them that a reasonable deal had been put on the table.
These weasel words
of course are part of a history that has been fed to voters ever since Ted Heath lied to the electorate over what membership of the then Common Market entailed.
MY job is to ferret out the weasel words
politicians use to disguise their true intentions.
Success and happiness are two weasel words
when it comes to human beings.