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How to use hedged in a sentence
In the meantime, Obama has hedged and not committed to taking any firm action.Keystone Report May Allow Obama To Make Debt Limit Deal | Ben Jacobs | February 1, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
However, Pierson hedged on the issue of taking PAC or lobbyist money herself, saying “it depends on the PAC.”Tea Party Tests Its Might in Texas by Opposing Conservative Rep. Pete Sessions | Ben Jacobs | January 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But like most intelligence, the information was usually hedged, and the U.S. government did not know for sure.
But even that piece was hedged, and was hardly reflective of the anti-Americanism that had been blowing at will in France.
In fact, while Goldman hedged, these clowns doubled-down on their losing bets.
The kingly power among the Jews was checked and hedged by other powers, so that an overgrown tyranny was difficult and unusual.Beacon Lights of History, Volume II | John Lord
And may it not be forgotten that all apparent reformation must be hedged by this cardinal virtue of practical life!Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions | George S. Boutwell
It's tough on a man to think that he can't ride over his own railroad without being hedged up and guarded.The Wreckers | Francis Lynde
Mr. Croker remembered Lysander; and, being thus hedged and hemmed about, sought safety by nominating Mr. Shepard.The Onlooker, Volume 1, Part 2 | Various
They passed through another gate, went up a graceful rise, into a field, along a broad path hedged with vines and flowers.A Yankee from the West | Opie Read
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