Definition of wish-wash in English:

wish-wash

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Pronunciation: /ˈwɪʃwɒʃ
 
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noun

[mass noun] informal
1A weak or watery drink: one pot of wish-wash called ‘tea’
More example sentences
  • They spoke English, too, although a waitress in a local coffee shop did not know what ‘espresso’ meant, and I ended up with a cup of a watery Welsh wish-wash.
2Insipid or excessively sentimental talk or writing: this isn’t just emotional wish-wash

Origin

late 18th century: reduplication of wash.

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