Were his wishy-washy answers in the debate merely an attempt to fool the center into voting for an Islamist candidate?
But his Republican party in Washington considers this conservative too wishy-washy to be prime GOP material.
It was the most wishy-washy concoction that was ever put on paper.
You're not the kind of blonde who'll get wishy-washy or fat.
None of the wishy-washy tittle-tattle interested me, in fact.
I always held you as a wishy-washy bourgeois and now you go and pull this thing off.
Modern paper-hangings are too superficial and wishy-washy for the purpose.
He is like an over-shot mill, one everlastin' wishy-washy stream.'
I should think that Mr. Reed would have about as much respect for a namby-pamby novel as he has for a wishy-washy politician.
They have stimulated me so far to produce two lectures of wishy-washy generalities.
Marked by imprecision and vacillation; inconstant; uncertain: The wishy-washy player keeps putting off the evil day/ It's not overpowering like Opium and not wishy-washy
[1873+; fr a rhythmic reduplication of washy, ''weak, diluted, watered-down,'' probably influenced by wishy as suggesting vacillating desires; the original sense was ''weak, insubstantial, trashy,'' found by 1703]