waffler in a sentence
- Saying " this film makes the complexity of the tormented soldier comprehensible to everyday public " " The Movie Waffler " reported " " An Act of War " is skillfully scripted and sensitively acted.
- He struts and fulminates and pulls rank, but basically he's a waffler and a mama's boy, which is understandable when you realize that Mama is the domineering Eleanor of Aquitaine ( Myra Carter ).
- He's been branded as a waffler, a possible ex-drug-using draft dodger, a candidate unwilling to play by the fund-raising rules and a smirker who shies from reading books without pictures.
- Experts say that Kerry has the most at stake in the televised forums, which provide him three chances to overcome public concerns prompted by Republican claims that he is a waffler and weaker than Bush on national security issues.
- But the advertisement was conceived before Kerry, under the direction of a team of political veterans, launched a new effort to shed the waffler label by laying out a comprehensive proposal Monday for handling the future of Iraq.
- If you're employing several wafflers, space your stations far enough apart that your guests can maintain a good traffic flow-- and that the waffle irons aren't all plugged into the same electric circuit.
- Dick Cheney didn't need a single expletive that required deleting Saturday as the Republican vice president ripped into Democrat John Kerry as a gloomy waffler who shouldn't be trusted with the nation's security or economy.
- The daily barrage from Republicans who say he is a waffler has led Senator John McCain and General Tommy Franks, the retired US commander of the Iraq war, to vouch voluntarily for his potential abilities as commander in chief.
- Bush, however, spent a large chunk of his $ 120 million pre-convention ad money on commercials looking at the Democrat's 19-year Senate voting record and painting him as a waffler on taxes and terrorism.
- As he sat in a rear booth in the diner Haytaian was approached by Henry Farrish, who asked why he was such a " waffler " for supporting the death penalty but voting against a ban on some semiautomatic weapons.