wimpishness


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wimpishness

(ˈwɪmpɪʃnɪs) or

wimpiness

n
the state or quality of being a wimp
Translations

wimpishness

[ˈwɪmpɪʃnɪs] Ndebilidad f

wimpishness

n (inf)Weichlichkeit f, → Schlappheit f (inf)
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During the past few weeks several men in my family have succumbed to 'man flu', accompanied by catcalls from us women of wimpishness and jibes that they should try giving birth.
In comparison to his boss you might think Frankie's achievement pales into wimpishness, but he had a fall here on Friday and was bouncing back to land a race that had always eluded him.
Ashamed to admit my own physical wimpishness would preclude a 180-mile cycle marathon, I joined the catering corps of "Bun Ladies" buttering baps and serving endless supplies of bananas, flap jacks and slow energy release malt loaf.
But some in France see this rejection of harsh sanctions as a major retreat by the United States, and view the dropping of harsh sanctions as wimpishness.
The XL victims - for so they have made themselves out to be - showed us how far we've advanced along the road to wimpishness.
But judging by her wimpishness performing even the simplest tasks - not forgetting her cry baby performance during the mild electric shock experience last week - I wonder if there was some un-televised conversation in the diary room which went a bit differently to the one we lucky viewers saw.
"It's too easy to laugh it off as yet another example of our lack of adventure and general wimpishness where food is concerned."
One man stood out for his wimpishness. I saw it as the North ( me ( versus the South.