wimpy

[ UK /wˈɪmpi/ ]
[ US /ˈwɪmpi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. weak and ineffectual
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How To Use wimpy In A Sentence

  • Something tells me that if Bowman hooked one of these bad boys there's nothing a wimpy little fairy wand is gonna do. Uncategorized Blog Posts
  • “One Last Dance” is a wimpy ballad that owes its melody to Natalie Cole’s “Miss You Like Crazy”, but Alyssa’s voice has a certain clunky appeal. Gruesome Twosome: Looks 10, Musical Ability 3 Edition : Scrubbles.net
  • It seems to me that this presents a very wimpy view of what is supposed to be an omnipotent, all-powerful deity.
  • The uncommon to rare flammulated owl can raise a pair of short, rather wimpy “horns, †but the great horned, screech and long The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE
  • Proving once again that the barrel has no bottom, Five Feet of I’m a Parody of Myself™ references that bastion of scientific integrity and reasoned, intelligent discourse Lifesite in order to take a gratuitous swipe at what she calls wimpy, "gay-acting" straight beta males. Archive 2008-08-01
  • Democrats shouldn't worry about those scary flashbacks where they're called the wimpy mommy party. Post-Bush Stress Disorder
  • Loving and even occasionally giving in to your children is not synonymous with being wimpy.
  • He is effete, a wimpy and spineless figure.
  • Zeph was definitely not the wimpy, useless, weak coward that he had originally seemed and she found herself almost inexplicably drawn to him.
  • But the rest of the album fails to match that standard, flitting between macho, testosterone-driven rock cuts and wimpy, doey-eyed ballads.
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