Definition of wimpishly in English:

wimpishly

adverb

informal
  • See wimp

    • ‘It has wimpishly supported environmental laws.’
    • ‘Perhaps wimpishly, I suggest to Sally that she fastens her raincoat collar over a heavy silver chain.’
    • ‘The juvenile novelist's publisher, Little Brown, has wimpishly recalled his latest novel, A Big Boy Did It And Ran Away.’
    • ‘One didn't want, on the other hand, to sound wimpishly hopeless about it.’

Pronunciation

wimpishly

/ˈwɪmpɪʃli/