ambiguity[ am-bi-gyoo-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF ambiguity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMBIGUITY
There is no circumlocution nor ambiguity of expression here.
James never noticed anything—or if he did, his ambiguity was two-edged.
Obscurity in a teacher is a great defect, especially when he glories in his ambiguity.
He found an ambiguity in the wording, a choice of constructions.
Even the term "expression" has a certain amount of ambiguity.
It was also free from ambiguity, and left little room for doubt.
The true remedy for ambiguity is not punctuation, but re-writing.
Something is needed to cut into the ambiguity of human love.
It is sufficient that the ambiguity was such as to deceive the friends of the Cyclops.
This ambiguity enters into all the phrases which are humanitarian.