wishy-washy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s weak in willpower, courage or vitality
- To stir up enthusiasm, he hired a Manhattan promoter who dumped the original wishy-washy "Ocean Frosted" brand name in favor of "Wakefield's" Alaska King Crab Meat.
- A wishy-washy liberal Protestant? but all seem to accept the basic premise that Obama is religious, which is key in a country where 70% of voters say they want their President .
- As a result, the Democrats lost ground in the House and control of the Senate; and they gave up still more seats in John Kerry's wishy-washy 2004 presidential run.
News & Articles
- It's Out of the Question: Can anyone handle Serena Williams?
Our wish list from a wishy-washy first week at Wimbledon: Upset upon upset. We got that and more when a couple of reporters started to beg the question -- could Serena Williams handle a courtship battle against Andy Murray?
June 29, 2013 - Los Angeles Daily News
- Rod Marinelli in CJCL
You don't look for wishy-washy people, who give in when the press thinks you should do this or somebody is complaining about practising in pads,Marinelli said in a 2007 interview with The Associated Press. "I have a belief. I state it very...
- John Coates in International Herald Tribune
We all would have preferred if some of the other assurances, wishy-washy as they may have been in terms of opening up Internet sites, have happened,Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates told a news conference hours ahead of the...
- John Kerry in FOXNews
This isn't going to be some kind of we're-like-them, they're-like-us kind, wishy-washy, mealy-mouthed, you can't tell the difference deal,Kerry said of the general election, referring to Democrats being voiceless on foreign policy.