namby-pamby

[ nam-bee-pam-bee ]SEE DEFINITION OF namby-pamby

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NAMBY-PAMBY

Any workman in the school of Namby-Pamby could have kept their purity.

She was very beautiful in her soft, foolish, namby-pamby, blue-eyed way.

He witnessed a performance—not too namby-pamby—of Punch and Judy.

Ruth Fielding was not namby-pamby, although she was far from quarrelsome.

She was not at all weak or namby-pamby, but she was a universal peace-maker.

She ain't no namby-pamby, Susie-Sozzles sort of a gal—no, ma'am!

Why did you make us walk in front, namby-pamby so, Papa dear?

The idea of a broken heart had always seemed to Winn namby-pamby.

I took it for granted Horace would admire some namby-pamby with a doll's face.

Namby-pamby in these days is not thrown away if it be introduced in the proper quarters.

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