mealy-mouthed or mealymouthed [mee-lee-moutht, -mouth d]
1. avoiding the use of direct and plain language, as from timidity, excessive delicacy, or hypocrisy; inclined to mince words; insincere, devious, or compromising.
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Origin: First recorded in 1565-75
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