Examples of mealy in a Sentence
the mealy flesh of a pear
her mealy complexion might be OK if she were a mime, but she isn't
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This kind of mealy-mouthed writing is Williamson’s bread-and-butter.
He was met with a political machine deeply hostile to his efforts, and eventually left with only a mealy-mouthed commitment from the Chicago Real Estate Board to implement open housing practices.
So don’t be so infarnal mealy-mouthed, with your mock modesty.
Now, after another preventable national tragedy, too many Republicans are similarly mealy-mouthed, too gutless to even name the problems facing America (white supremacy, guns), let alone try to solve them.
Republican lawmakers offered mealy-mouthed condolences while promising precisely nothing to prevent the next tragedy; liberals alternated between impotent rage and unhelpful fatalism.
At the same time, independent voters and Trump Democrats may rebuke mealy-mouthed open borders types in favor of candidates who want both to legalize the Dreamers and to reform immigration law in a rational manner.
Soft, mealy apples brown a lot faster, and the same thing is true with potatoes.
This was not the best of times, but a season of justified outrage, of mealy-mouthed apology, of communicative disarray.
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: feeling rough and dry in your mouth
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