Meaning of 虎头蛇尾

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tóu shé wěi (Trad.: 虎頭蛇尾)
lit. tiger's head, snake's tail (idiom); fig. a strong start but weak finish
Example Sentences
Somehow you give people the impression that whatever you do is half-baked.
You continue to stick around, ... and then your life has this feeling of-- ... at least we can imagine this happening-- being sort of anticlimactic.
Given these downside risks, the recent pop in house prices will probably fizzle.
It was an anticlimax, to say the least, when we at last reached the Anchorage airport for our flight home.
Then after that digression then you have this seventh seal which is really kind of anticlimactic.