other words for mealy-mouthed
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Parsons are paid for it, and ought not to be mealy-mouthed, when there is a proper opening, such as poor Tyrrel's case gave you.
But the visual image in the masterly original Greek is not so mealy-mouthed.
His mealy-mouthed wife stands for it, but I don't, an' that makes things all the hotter.
Others declaimed the platitude of the mealy-mouthed, that MacFarlane had been a big-hearted fellow, his own worst enemy.
“You were mealy-mouthed,” he stated, with a genial retrospect in his voice.
"You must ask him yourself," I replied, losing patience, whereon she called me a "mealy-mouthed little fool" and laughed.
Never creature, but mealy-mouthed inquisitors, and shaven singing birds.
They shall go within the next few hours, or as soon as I can lay my hands upon a better patriot than that mealy-mouthed cobbler.
He was another just such white-faced, white-handed, mealy-mouthed specimen as you be.
That some mealy-mouthed mugs are so sweet on; if they cop us, life ain't wuth much.
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