/ˈhæfˈhɑr tɪd, ˈhɑf-/
having or showing little enthusiasm:
a halfhearted attempt to work.
indifferent, uninterested, cold, cool, perfunctory.
And its alternative strategy may be wrong, but that doesn't mean it's ill-considered, or halfhearted.
McCarthy's announcement was curiously halfhearted, as if even he recognized that his candidacy was quixotic.
They stand in a halfhearted embrace, as if each startled the other with his gesture.
They could not only withhold food that they had produced, but also disrupt the colonists' halfhearted efforts to feed themselves.
Her efforts to impose a federal ban on busing were, at best, halfhearted.
History is littered with halfhearted adaptations of movies into video games.
Delegation is too important to the state's efforts and it affects too many lives for the study to be halfhearted.
They undoubtedly had a point, yet it is equally true that their efforts in this direction were extraordinarily halfhearted.
Antipoverty programs fail if they are halfhearted and inadequately funded.
The theater's management made only halfhearted efforts to keep the movie audible and the situation under control.
In a halfhearted subplot intended to double the movie's suds quotient.