Meaning of waffly in English:

waffly

Pronunciation /ˈwɒf(ə)li/

Translate waffly into Spanish

adjectiveadjective wafflier, adjective waffliest

See waffle

‘You couldn't care less, because their language is waffly and you don't understand a word of it.’
  • ‘Presumably if Labor keeps it waffly enough, there'll be something in there for everyone else to vote for.’
  • ‘But you never know; the press release is one of those waffly ones that doesn't quite tell you everything you want to hear.’
  • ‘All this has resulted in rather a lot of waffly talk about ‘guidelines’ and ‘best practice’, with developments moving at a slow pace.’
  • ‘People think poetry is waffly, loose and vague but actually good poetry is utterly precise, no word is wasted.’