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Definition of "waffling" []

  • To speak or write in a vague and wordy manner (verb)
  • Vague and wordy speech or writing (noun)
  • A repetitive speech or response to a question. (noun)

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  • Present participle of waffle. (To ramble on without a point; to argue a point without substantial evidence or a clear opinion.) (verb)

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Use "waffling" in a sentence
  • "Actually, I see him more as a waffle now, as in waffling on everything."
  • "The inside-the-beltway Republicans pay lip service to the religious right agenda, but in their hearts, they don't really agree with the Bible thumpers 'agenda, and that's why you're seeing the ongoing waffling from the Bushistas."
  • "The president's reaction to the near disaster of the panties-terrorist in the skies over Detroit began with waffling from a Hawaiian luau, and gained altitude agonizingly slowly."
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