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Then, after the swearings-in, country superstar Garth Brooks appeared with a call for unity and a tepid singalong of “Amazing Grace.”

The response from SEO practitioners has been somewhat tepid, whether because it won’t change the way the tool has been misused to this point, or simply because there are other, more pressing matters Google could have attended to first.

Like most wellness products that are backed by tepid evidence, the results can be hit or miss.

As Ars Review Editor Ron Amadeo noted last year, RCS interest from carriers has been tepid, so Google has been rolling it out with limited support.

The thing is, we’ve been living in an age of tepid price growth, as the chart below shows, even as central banks print money and flood the markets with cheap credit.

From Fortune

Emin seemed pleasant, tepidly confident, and, dare I say, even a tad uncool—but in a good way.

The peculiar moving hush and tepidly stagnant air of a sick-room penetrated even through the panels.

Lady Isabel, so easy-going and tepidly affectionate towards her children, was adamant where her social creed was concerned.

A grey haze had blotted out the sun and the still air clung about him tepidly.

Despite her affection for her son, Mrs. Kincaid was but tepidly interested in the career that engrossed him.

How often she had said all these things that tepidly-loved women say!


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tepidly, such as: delicately, indifferently, lightly, moderately, quietly, and blandly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.