wimpishly


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wimpishly

(ˈwɪmpɪʃlɪ)
adv
informal in a wimpish manner
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wimpishly

adv (inf)schlapp (inf); he wimpishly agreed to sellSchwächling or Waschlappen (inf), → der er ist, stimmte er dem Verkauf zu
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They were bowled out for 65 in a warm-up match, lost wimpishly against England and they had to rely on a washout yesterday to save them from an early exit in the Champions Trophy.
Minus-193 degrees to be precise, a prospect which has me wimpishly removing my hat and scarf as the room suddenly doesn't feel quite so cold.
The advent of molly-coddling central heating has wimpishly made them that bit too sensitive to the cold.