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waffle

A popular term meaning:
adjective Referring to or characterised by indecision; indecisive;
 
noun An indecisive act or philosophy;

verb To act or behave indecisively.

waffle

Decision-making A popular synonym for indecision; can have either nominative–eg, the diagnosis is a complete waffle, or verbal–eg, he/she decided to waffle–status
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Unfortunately, the most recent manifestation of "the Curse of Waffly Walton" has cut me the deepest.
The same goes for all those other waffly local enterprise companies.
Empirical knowledge, cogent thought and written expression have been replaced by naive opinion and waffly emotions along with the personalisation of every topic.
Waffly commitment from Government to increase "transparency and accountability" in councils.
More likely the schemes, codged up in a frantic burst of activity to meet new Government deadlines, will be so vague, waffly and plain inaccurate as to be worthless.
LORRAINE: A bit waffly, but getting back in contact with my overseas friends has opened up options - or a can of worms.
An agenda which frowns upon correctly spoken English, fact-based learning and knowledge, and instead replaces it with the inculcation of vague, waffly, politically correct opinions (based on nothing more than dogma and bigotry), has led us to an education system scarcely worthy of the name.
I am sure that I am not alone, my son never wanted to leave Wales but has been forced to by the Welsh Assembly - 300 places to study medicine in the whole of Wales is absolutely diabolical, when we are crying out for doctors, with all the other wiffly waffly subjects being done.