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whimp vs wimp : Common Errors in English
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About whimp vs wimp
The original and still by far the most common spelling of this common bit of slang meaning “weakling, coward,” is “wimp.” If you use the much less common “whimp” instead people may regard you as a little wimpy.
a person who lacks confidence, is irresolute and wishy-washy
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out on a slim chance to move Wisconsin into a leading technology position.
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