equivocate[ ih-kwiv-uh-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF equivocate
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At least I equivocated, and to equivocate with one so loyal and simple was to deceive him.
She could not equivocate, neither could she go into details of a family history.
Why suffer that lip I have kissed a thousand times to equivocate?
I could not equivocate with this woman, I could no more lie to her sorrow than to the Judgment.
How could she equivocate, with her child lying dead in the house.
She looked at him, did not dare to equivocate, and bent her head in acquiescence.
But be sure you do not equivocate in the question of this girl.
They might therefore deem it prudent to equivocate as a matter of safety.
So speaking, whether thinkingly or unthinkingly, they equivocate—they lie!
I have no patience with those who quibble and equivocate in regard to their having been seasick.