Waffler

/ˈwɒf(ə)lə/

Origin

First recorded in 1735–45, waffle is from the Dutch word wafel (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Waffler

Waffler

noun

  1. a batter cake with a pattern of deep indentations on each side, formed by the gridlike design on each of the two hinged parts of the metal appliance (waffle iron ) in which the cake is baked.
  2. waffling language.
  3. a crisp golden-brown pancake with deep indentations on both sides (as modifier)waffle iron
  4. vague and wordy speech or writing

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Waffler

adjective

  1. Also waffled. having a gridlike or indented lattice shape or design: a waffle pattern.

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Waffler

verb (used without object)

  1. to speak or write equivocally:
  2. to talk foolishly or without purpose; idle away time talking.

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Waffler

verb (used with object)

  1. to speak or write equivocally about:

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Waffler

verb

  1. (intr often foll by on) to speak or write in a vague and wordy mannerhe waffled on for hours

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Waffler

noun (1)

  1. : a crisp cake of batter baked in a waffle iron

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Waffler

verb

  1. : equivocate, vacillate waffled on the important issues also : yo-yo, flip-flop
  2. : to talk or write foolishly : blather can waffle … tiresomely off the point — The Times Literary Supplement (London)

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Waffler

noun (2)

  1. : empty or pretentious words : tripe

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