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- n. The state or quality of being washy.
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- n. The quality or state of being washy, watery, or weak.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being washy, watery, or worthless; want of strength.
I'm sorry for the harsh tone -- I'm just repeatedly disgusted by the recent leadership decisions and intentional wishy-washiness of local government. the impacts are enormous. obviously, none of that's your fault. that's what I get for veering away from environmental issues. and my NBA conspiracy theories.
It won't be easy to push through job-creation policies in the face of Republican obstructionism (and Democratic wishy-washiness).
For the moment I will stipulate to the fact that they may have bigger fish to fry than political wishy-washiness.
But there have been notable instances when he has demonstrated wishy-washiness.
These days, though, if the boys fail to complete a school assignment, earn a poor grade or neglect to turn in their homework, I'm more likely to chalk it up to teenage wishy-washiness or laziness.
Insofar as the Cordoba mess goes, with their wishy-washiness, silence, or outright opposition, the Democrats haven't exactly done their bit to defend the First against all comers either.
Hi Jean, oops, sorry for dragging you down to wishy washiness!
I have opinions but most of them start out with "Well on the one hand, X but on the other hand Y" so don't be surprised by inconsitency and seeming wishy-washiness.
The man exudes leadership, and he does so without any kind of wishy-washiness in terms of his liberal credentials.
Cincinnati quarterback Carson Palmer said Rodgers — who shot 81 and registered nine points Friday, putting him in a tie for 35th in the three-round tournament — should use Favre's wishy-washiness as a competitive tool.
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