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In a tentative ruling filed earlier this week, Judge William Orrick said Wisk’s “evidence of misappropriation is too equivocal to warrant a preliminary injunction.”

The results are almost always negative, and when they are equivocal it rarely is an indication of actual illness.

His answer was equivocal as Paul said his wife didn't want him to run.

But his wavering and equivocal history on the marriage issue more properly suggests a profile in Jell-O.

As America celebrated the bin Laden killing, the response in the Middle East was more equivocal.

There never was a more equivocal expression; and such as it was then it still is.

The whole public law of Europe had its origin in equivocal expressions, beginning with the Salique law.

The climate of these animals is not therefore, equivocal; but it is more difficult to determine the relative bulk of each species.

He was "sick at heart of the equivocal position," and determined to "go on in a clearer path."

Even at first their acts were equivocal, and they soon came to be as illegal as they were oppressive.


On this page you'll find 88 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to equivocal, such as: ambiguous, ambivalent, dubious, evasive, muddled, and puzzling.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.