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A man with a feeble, wishy-washy expression holds by each hand a fierce, but subjugated tiger.
BY THE SEAHEMAN WHITE CHAPLIN
Utterly opposed to any such wishy-washy settlement of our national difficulties, I vote "no."
The contrast when the good man got into the pulpit and began to pray in a borrowed, washy lingo—extempore in more senses than one!
His color is about his worst point, as he is a light, washy chestnut, with a bald face and three white heels.
In No. 298, The Watering-place, the rather heavy paint of the foliage gives a thin washy look to the foreground.
And how the devil do you keep old black thoughts out of your mind by those washy potations?
LUCRETIA, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Our own "Washy" was an author, too, and one not to be sneezed at.
Well, my countrymen, our Washy is dead, but we appreciate him now just the same.
None of the wishy-washy tittle-tattle interested me, in fact.
HEARTS AND MASKSHAROLD MACGRATH
Annie is rather sentimental and wishy-washy in her compositions, willowy maidens in the moonlight with garlands of flowers.

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