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It was clear that menace and outrage would not move him, and that more was wanted than the half-hearted measures of the Gironde.
LECTURES ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONJOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG-ACTON
Maitland went forth into the thick night: a half-hearted London thaw was filling the shivering air with a damp brown fog.
THE MARK OF CAINANDREW LANG
At any rate, I got only a half-hearted consent from her that I might start.
This half-hearted defence gave courage to those who took the high ground that the time for lynching had gone by.
Nothing came from the balcony, wherein Helen's sweet voice wandered, save a faint, half-hearted hand-clapping.
THE LIGHT OF THE STARHAMLIN GARLAND
Kumran, ever half-hearted, tried it one night and failed, losing many followers in the attempt.
THE ADVENTURES OF AKBARFLORA ANNIE STEEL
Much of the industrial work originally provided for was at the outset carried out in a haphazard and half-hearted way.
An effort is made by her to dissuade the Chevalier from going outside to see who is there—but it is a half-hearted attempt.
After that the Edam tasted too lipsticky, like the red-paint job on its rind, and the Gouda seemed only half-hearted.
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CHEESEROBERT CARLTON BROWN
Phil, I think, was only a half-hearted soldier, and business suits him much better.

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