equivocal

[ ih-kwiv-uh-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF equivocal

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"This was something of a difficult undertaking, too," said he, with an equivocal smile.

There were six or seven of them, all briefly worded, some direct and some equivocal.

Of course I did neither and there fell on us an odd, equivocal silence.

Hobbes' definition, it may be urged, when applied to the case of the Will, is equivocal.

Yet Walpole's place in literature is unmistakable, if of equivocal merit.

It is a misconception to regard this answer of the god as equivocal.

"Not if I can help it," was his equivocal response as he chirruped to Marc Antony.

Le Gardeur gave Anglique an equivocal look at mention of his sister.

Of course she could not remain longer in a position so dangerous and equivocal.

Through him she exhibited the most equivocal and most contradictory conduct.

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