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mealy-mouthed
mee-lee-moutht, -mouth dadjective

1:avoiding the use of direct and plain language, as from timidity, excessive delicacy, or hypocrisy; inclin... More definitions

E:He is trying to restrict his social life, because he finds it difficult now to be even normally courteous... More examples

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