Mealy-mouthed definition, avoiding the use of direct and plain language, as from
timidity, excessive delicacy, or hypocrisy; inclined to mince words; insincere, ...
adjective mealy·mouthed \ˈmē-lē-ˌmau̇thd, -ˌmau̇tht\ ... double-faced, fake,
feigned, hypocritical, Janus-faced, jive [slang], left-handed, lip, mealy, insincere, ...
One who beats around the bush. The opposite of a "mealy mouth" is a "smash
mouth", someone who "tells it like it is". by LudwigVan February 01, 2005. 179 60.
mealy-mouthed meaning, definition, what is mealy-mouthed: not brave enough to
say what you mean directly and honestly: . Learn more.
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mealy-mouthed (adj.) Look up mealy-mouthed at Dictionary.com: "afraid to say
what one really thinks," 1570s; first element perhaps from Old English milisc ...
mealy-mouthed. adjective. Unwilling to state facts or opinions simply and directly.
Origin of mealy-mouthed. Akin to the German expression Mehl im Maule ...
Mar 24, 2016 ... Without a doubt, the man behind the 'mealy mouthed reply' tweet in Croydon,
Matthew P Doyle, deserves his fair share of criticism, but surely ...
Mar 27, 2016 ... Matthew Doyle plans to sue the police after he was arrested and charged with
tweeting material 'likely to stir up racial hatred' – a charge which ...
Mar 24, 2016 ... I confronted an Irish women yesterday in Camden. I asked her to explain Bono.
She said "Nothing to do with me". A mealy mouthed reply.