lukewarm


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tepid

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lacking warmth, interest, enthusiasm, or involvement

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moderately warm

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feeling or showing little interest or enthusiasm

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Banking analysts in India feel that the on-tap banking license will receive a lukewarm response because of tough conditions imposed by the regulator.
This is the element that transforms lukewarm defenders into an army of supporters, and it does so by answering this question: Why do we need this change?
I want to make this public because I feel lukewarm toward the United States, Duterte said.
In other words when the lukewarm war between Russia and Turkey heats up -- as it inevitably will -- Cyprus will inevitably become the battleground whether the Cypriots like it or not.
The auction had attracted a lukewarm response from the market and fetched the government only 9,407 crore rupees out of 28,000 crore rupees which was the minimum value of the airwaves put for auction.
09 billion, regardless lukewarm demand in major economies, forecasted Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry (TAMI) Sectary General J.
He did not comment on the news and was totally lukewarm," the paper quoted medical sources at an army hospital where the former leader is receiving medical treatment.
8226; 100% of the managers are Lukewarm on The United States Economy
The writ says they were given lukewarm food which should have been hot, undercooked barbecued food, and uncovered food which was infested with flies and wasps.
Meanwhile, This Morning's Alison Hammond, 35, joined the camp but got a lukewarm reception.
The reactions in the international community were very mixed, but the lukewarm from the United States disappointed me," Goldstone told Das Parlament, a weekly political newspaper published by Germany's lower house of parliament, the Bundestag.
The reactions in the international community were very mixed, but the lukewarm from the United States disappointed me," Goldstone told das Parliament, a weekly political newspaper published by Germany's lower house of parliament, the Bundestag.
But, although it was the first day of the 2009 season when the oil would have been as fresh as a spring daisy, our chips were nothing special - dry, lukewarm and particularly expensive at pounds 1.
Those who drank hot tea (between 65 and 69 degrees Celsius) were twice as likely to develop throat cancer compared with those who drank warm or lukewarm tea, of which the temperature was 65[degrees]C or less.
But the measures received a lukewarm response from consumer groups and trade bodies, who warned they could confuse people.