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namby-pamby

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnamby-pambynam‧by-pam‧by /ˌnæmbi ˈpæmbi◂/ adjective informal  DECIDEWEAKtoo weak and gentle and not strict or tough enough For some people soccer has a reputation as a rather namby-pamby sport.namby-pamby noun [countable]
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namby-pambyThere are, after all, considerations of taste or, if that's too namby-pamby, of simple decency.In the end, the Beast turns back into a namby-pamby prince.
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