“spineless” is a charge Romney critics have leveled at the presidential candidate.
He then offered the spineless excuse that, “A public figure cannot control what people say in open meetings.”
His spineless duplicity confirms that the good guy is actually pretty much a louse.
Taking it on now is strictly Obama's sop to liberals appalled by his spineless obsession with managing public perceptions.
But no spineless relativism is necessary to recognize that, for most human beings, realness comes in various flavors.
He leaned back on the couch, spineless with nervous exhaustion, and Jane felt a sick distaste and horror enveloping her.
"Idealistic, in a way, but spineless and corrupt," Garlock announced to all.
That spineless governess'll be writin' back to the Keith woman about everything she sees, eats, sits or sleeps on.
Of these the two which I have seen most of are the Hathaway and the spineless.
If any of the jury dissented from its false statement they were too spineless to express their opinion.