If they wont, they should stop the lip service, which is killing more Palestinians.
Some experts claim that these “jobs open” numbers are lip service.
“Non-apology”, “disingenuous” and “lip service” were a few of the choice words expressed.
It should have enjoyed the support of the president and congressional Republicans from the beginning, instead of only lip service.
There might be some signs of progress on this issue, with at least lip service given to the new entrants in the global picture.
He wanted to know whether she felt that faith was a matter of lip service.
That your professed love for me is only lip service, for you intend to desert me.
There was no Nationalist of independent spirit left in Ireland who would even yield it lip service.
lip service to Christian ethics was not good enough as an argument for this.
But it was not in the Marshall nature to support a cause with lip service only.
Insincere agreement; to “pay lip service” is to consent in one's words while dissenting in one's heart: “The boss's support of affirmative action was merely paying lip service; he never committed himself to it in any substantial way.”
Insincere expression of friendship, admiration, agreement, support, etc: lip service for the volunteers