Equivocal Definition

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1. A further central belief has recently begun to appear as equivocal, namely loyalism itself. 1
2. After considerable procrastination, they eventually settle on equivocal courses of action that serve only to postpone the long-dreaded day of judgment. 1
3. And members of some groups who traditionally circumcise boys or teenagers as a mark of group membership seem equivocal about the idea of outsiders adopting the practice. 1
4. And the Constitution is neither silent nor equivocal about who shall make laws which the President is to execute. 1
5. But he also comments that the welfare analysis of restraints is quite equivocal. 1
6. But the commission did clarify Gloucester's position in one area of the north where it had previously been somewhat equivocal. 1
7. Glances right and left, to meet the side which the performing duties soldier is equivocal possibly to have a guilty conscience . 1
8. He had always felt the absolute impossibility of addressing that enigmatical man, who was, in his eyes, both equivocal and imposing. 1
9. He was tortured by an awareness of the equivocal nature of his position. 1
10. Her beauty, thought Jurnet, was, like everything else about Feldon St Awdry, equivocal. 1
11. His answer was equivocal. 1
12. His equivocal response has done nothing to dampen the speculation. 1
13. His words to the press were deliberately equivocal - he didn't deny the reports but neither did he confirm them. 1
14. I could by now admit to myself, and in no equivocal terms, that I was totally in love. 1
15. If one has an encounter with an angry and belligerent individual, one has an angry and belligerent part of self in one's unconscious, or a parallel life self that is equivocally angry and belligerent. 1
16. In his subsequent work, the connection between the two would remain profoundly equivocal. 1
17. In the normal expression situation, we must avoid equivocality in the communication as much as possible, but the key point of the rhetorical device-pun is just equivocality . 2
18. Indeed, the Colonel saw no reason to answer his wife with more than an equivocal smile. 1
19. Macbeth now began to faint in resolution, and to doubt the equivocal speeches of the spirits. 1
20. Many were equivocal about the idea. 1
21. No creditable macrofossil record of the Fagaceae exists in the Cretaceous equivocal and require further study. 1
22. No matter it is a homophone (phonogram) or a polysemous word, the point of the speaker is not the "similarity" but the equivocality. 1
23. Old Grandet's equivocal mirth was as greatful as sunshine. 1
24. On matters of principle we should be clear - cut in attitude, and by no means be equivocal. 1
25. Popularity is an equivocal crown. 1
26. Research in this area is somewhat equivocal. 1
27. Results in the past have been equivocal, and replication of experiment is needed. 1
28. Roddick was equivocal, but admitted that he had been tinkering with that part of his game. 1
29. She gave an equivocal answer, typical of a politician. 1
30. She was rather equivocal about her work. 1

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