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But after The Cakemaker's over, audiences will shrug, instantly forget the wishy-washy characters and not even run to the nearest patisserie.
Stevenson wasn’t arguing for a wishy-washy form of moral relativism, but for a real contest of ideas that might help readers clarify their convictions, though not necessarily abandon them.
However, the last three decades have seen a plethora of bland, insipid American compositions in wishy-washy tonal idioms infect our concert halls.
If Jon Ossoff, a more corporate and wishy-washy Democrat, wins in Georgia, there may be an intra-party fight about which kinds of candidates the Democrats should recruit.
In the nineteen-forties, Sekula experimented, in her meticulous fashion, with biomorphic and Cubist abstraction; later, her unfettered compositions included vibrant, washy areas and idiosyncratic glyphs.
These wishy-washy half measures never will get rid of single-use shopping bags.
Open-mindedness doesn’t have to mean wishy-washy intellectual limbo, and there’s nothing arrogant about taking a stand based on evidence.
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