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Example sentences for equivocal

But the evidence is at best equivocal.
Such rampant indeterminacy is meant to sound embracing and supportive; instead, it reads like equivocal psychobabble.
All answers are a bit equivocal, given the chronic onshore and offshore movement of publishing waves.
But he is equivocal about whether he intends to write any more fiction.
There is nothing equivocal about her belief.
But in the past he has been less equivocal.
There are scores of punning prophecies equally equivocal.
And where the verdict of use is equivocal, a dictionary should give readers the wherewithal to make up their own minds.
The archaeological evidence for ancient cookery is equivocal.
Maggie's decision to quit her job and stay home is similarly equivocal.
It's a no that's surrounded by the tone of yes, but that completely avoids the equivocal maybe.
Secondly, because it refuses to be bridled by the accepted and equivocal standards of society.
His explanation of his vote sounds equivocal in sound bites.
Even the king, in an equivocal speech that year, sounded at times as if he approved of it.
The evidence in animals follows the same equivocal yet supportive trend.
Instead, the data pointing to the new idea are typically equivocal, open to reinterpretation and bedecked with large error bars.
They're afraid to let the audience tiptoe out in a sour, pensive or equivocal mood.
We turn doctors into heroes, yet feel equivocal about them.
The plain sprawl of urban life is made potent in this equivocal monument.

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