An example of "ambivalent" in a sentence is, "John's enthusiasm for his new coaching opportunity combined with sadness about leaving his old team left him feeling ambivalent about his important career choice." Another example is, "Jane was ambivalent when presented three premium flavors of ice cream from which to choose."
Ambivalent is a term that refers to mixed emotions. It occurs when someone has contrasting or opposite feelings toward someone or something. In psychology, it is the combination of positive and negative feelings someone has toward another person. Another example of a sentence epitomizing this is, "Tina was turned off by Alex's crude humor, but his overall kindness left her ambivalent."