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Synonyms for waffle

Synonyms for waffle

to use evasive or deliberately vague language

Synonyms for waffle

pancake batter baked in a waffle iron

Related Words

pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness

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Frankly, a few years ago, this kind of high-minded pontificating would have been dismissed by the majority of the general public as the waffly philosophy of a hippy, `new age', neo-Luddite generation.
This section is doggedly systematic in the an historical manner but whilst not exciting to read is nonetheless a timely antidote to the highly subjective, waffly stylistic analyses often provided for tribal material.
Thus talk of language games or deep "grammatical" first/third person asymmetries or any such waffly stuff is ruled out.
Instead, we get vague and waffly God-talk -- Sarsgaard behaves like a god himself, talking of having "cast my gaze" upon the land, burns down a church and eventually dies (spoiler
In a waffly speech to his party in Bournemouth, the man who wants to be Britain's Prime Minister will promise:
Golf Training with Kevin Craggs is not another waffly instruction DVD.
The answers we have been given so far have been very thin and waffly and we need better information.
The last thing sick people want to hear is a waffly and jargon- filled account of what's wrong with them and how they are to be cured.
Waffly Versatile: Luvvie Wayne Sleep did the Bush Tucker Trial, tackling tame rats with one of Antony's meals strapped to his head for protection.
Emily was an early adopter when it comes to eco-issues -- a more urgent Cause, some might say, than the rather waffly world of peace studies.