equivoque

[ ek-wuh-vohk, ee-kwuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF equivoque
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She abhorred the "equivoque" of her life, but could not overcome it.

Not that the Law of Sufficient Reason is quite free from equivoque.

Only, to prevent all equivoque, we must understand one another.

He can always quiet the voice of conscience by an equivoque.

A tide is always said to run,—but I thought of the tide without attending to the equivoque, which must be altered.

Without an equivoque, I should look with a very ominous dissatisfaction on the "Elysian fields" that lie beyond.

The medium here cleverly evades giving a name by an equivoque.

And the Countess can look a profound merriment with perfect sedateness when there appears to be an equivoque in company.

It was not the first equivoque I had experienced; and this should have rendered me less confident of the evidence of my senses.

Every thing, in a word, is tolerated which can in any way be passed into an equivoque.

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