Wishy-Washy /wi-shē-ˌwȯ-shē / adj.
Definition: Wishy-washy describes an individual with no character or determination. It can also be used to describe weak flavors in watered-down beverages.
Etymology: Wishy-washy is a reduplication of the 1690s word washy, which meant thin and watery. The first known use of the term dates back to 1703.
In a Sentence
Most people were reluctant to vote for him; he’s regarded as too wishy-washy to lead the nation.
Thomas may enjoy Jenny’s way of looking at life, but he will have little patience for her wishy-washy attitude toward life.
Did you even do your research to try to figure out what’s right from wrong? Who gave you those wishy-washy answers? I fail to believe you made it all up in your head.