None of those parties is called the Wishy-Washy
could be confused with the flair they have as well - sometimes it comes off, sometimes it doesn't.
The trouble is, like so many things in our industry around here, it often ends up being - for lack of a better term - wishy-washy
. And the truth is, wishy-washy
never cuts it, and it is not surprising either.
or not -- and when it comes to Iraq, thoughtful equivocation is preferable to false certainty -- Blair got it right.
The authors assert, for example, that the liberal radio network Air America will fail--and, more broadly, that Democrats will never find a profitable niche in talk radio--because the left lacks spokespeople who can express themselves without wishy-washy
If you're not convinced by Audley's wishy-washy
work-outs since turning pro, have a small wager on Wiggins at a big 7-1, but A-Force should have enough to get through this one.
It sounded like you were wishy-washy
about this establishment.
lemon pully makes her look dowdy, even with that Marilyn-esque pout.
"This is extremely hard work," Markavitch admits, "but if you're not wishy-washy
on the commitment to all kids achieving, you can weather the political storms." You also win the respect of the board.
Tunes of all kinds are what this concert was all about, and the melodists included Wesleyan hymn masters, Berlioz, Prokofiev, Lloyd Webber, Cesar Franck plus the effete and wishy-washy
Instead, it exists as a wishy-washy
term applied to anything at will to bolster credibility.
Catholic politicians who do not wish to follow the teaching and doctrine of the Church should find a more wishy-washy
If you're feeling a little wishy-washy
on those newly minted promises, check out these tips guaranteed to boost your willpower and keep you on track.
"If the FDA's unlawful plan goes forward, the supermarket aisle will turn into a Tower of Babble, replete with government-authorized wishy-washy
Al Gore is too mushy, too wishy-washy
, and too globalist-minded.