namby-pamby
Adjective

namby-pamby

  1. Insipid and sentimental.
  2. Lacking vigor or decisiveness; spineless; wishy-washy.
Translations Translations Noun

namby-pamby

  1. One who is insipid, sentimental or weak.
  2. Talk or writing which is weakly sentimental or affectedly pretty.
Synonyms Translations Verb

namby-pamby

  1. To coddle.



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