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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This New Zealand wine is no wishy washy pinot - it feels rich to drink and tastes of cherries.
More like the wishy washy poxy boxy," y sneered his lordship.
Abanazar is joined by John Evans as Aladdin's cheeky brother Wishy Washy, Nigel Ellacott as Widow Twankey and Rebecca Parket as Scherazade.
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.
In fact, there isn't another country who would do that which speaks volumes for our pathetic, wishy washy, hand-wringing politicians.
Aladdin, the genie, the magic lamp and the wicked uncle (and Widow Twanky and Wishy Washy) - all on stage .
hit a double down the line that got past left fielder Andrew Wishy.
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.
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.
Andrew Wishy drove a sacrifice fly to right to score Pena, and Perry scored on a fielder's choice by Yohanny Valera to make it 9-4.
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.
A drama group says it has the perfect pick-me-up for those feeling wishy washy after over-indulging at Christmas.
Then, following a botched pickoff throw to first by Oyervidez, Adam Fox scored Andrew Wishy from third base.
I'm just so happy we won, there was no doubt in my mind," Wishy said.