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equivocal definition

  • adjective:
    • available to two or more interpretations and frequently meant to mislead; ambiguous. See Synonyms at ambiguous.
    • Of unsure value.
    • Of a doubtful or unsure nature.
    • Having a couple of significations similarly appropriate; with the capacity of two fold or several interpretation; of skeptical meaning; uncertain; uncertain; since, equivocal words; an equivocal phrase.
    • Capable of becoming ascribed to different motives, or of signifying contrary thoughts, functions, or figures; deserving becoming suspected; since, their activities are equivocal.
    • Uncertain, as a sign or sign; doubtful, incongruous.
    • (actually, called similarly one thing or the various other; therefore:) Having two significations similarly applicable; effective at double explanation; of skeptical meaning; ambiguous; unsure
    • effective at being ascribed to different motives, or of signifying opposing feelings, purposes, or characters; deserving to-be suspected.
    • Uncertain, as an illustration or sign; skeptical.
    • available to concern
    • unsure as a sign or indication
    • open to a couple of interpretations; or of unsure nature or relevance; or (often) meant to mislead
    • ready to accept two or more interpretations and often designed to mislead; ambiguous. See Synonyms at uncertain.
    • Of unsure importance.
    • Of a doubtful or unsure nature.
    • Having two or more significations similarly applicable; effective at double or multiple interpretation; of doubtful definition; uncertain; unsure; since, equivocal words; an equivocal sentence.
    • effective at being ascribed to various motives, or of signifying opposing feelings, functions, or characters; deserving is suspected; since, their actions are equivocal.
    • Uncertain, as a sign or sign; doubtful, incongruous.
    • (actually, called equally the one thing or the various other; thus:) Having two significations similarly applicable; with the capacity of two fold explanation; of doubtful definition; ambiguous; uncertain
    • effective at being ascribed to various motives, or of signifying reverse thoughts, functions, or figures; deserving is suspected.
    • Uncertain, as an illustration or sign; doubtful.
    • open to matter
    • unsure as a sign or indication
    • ready to accept several interpretations; or of unsure nature or significance; or (frequently) designed to mislead
    • Open to two or more interpretations and sometimes designed to mislead; ambiguous. See Synonyms at uncertain.
    • Of uncertain relevance.
    • Of a doubtful or unsure nature.
    • Having a couple of significations equally applicable; with the capacity of double or several explanation; of doubtful meaning; ambiguous; uncertain; since, equivocal terms; an equivocal phrase.
    • with the capacity of becoming ascribed to different motives, or of signifying opposing thoughts, reasons, or characters; deserving is suspected; since, their actions are equivocal.
    • Uncertain, as an illustration or sign; skeptical, incongruous.
    • (virtually, called similarly one thing or the various other; ergo:) Having two significations similarly applicable; with the capacity of double interpretation; of skeptical definition; uncertain; uncertain
    • with the capacity of becoming ascribed to different motives, or of signifying other thoughts, purposes, or figures; deserving to-be suspected.
    • Uncertain, as an illustration or sign; skeptical.
    • available to matter
    • unsure as an indicator or indication
    • available to a couple of interpretations; or of unsure nature or value; or (usually) designed to mislead
  • noun:
    • A word or phrase capable of various meanings; an ambiguous term; an equivoque.
    • A word or appearance effective at different definitions; an ambiguous term; an equivoque.
    • A word or term of doubtful meaning, or effective at various interpretations.
    • A word or expression effective at various definitions; an ambiguous term; an equivoque.
    • A word or expression capable of various meanings; an ambiguous term; an equivoque.
    • A word or term of doubtful meaning, or with the capacity of various interpretations.
    • A word or phrase effective at different definitions; an ambiguous term; an equivoque.
    • A word or phrase with the capacity of different meanings; an ambiguous term; an equivoque.
    • A word or term of doubtful definition, or with the capacity of various interpretations.
  • others:
    • Being of skeptical signification; effective at being grasped in numerous sensory faculties; uncertain; doubtful: as, an equivocal term, term, or good sense; an equivocal solution.
    • Of doubtful high quality, beginning, or significance; with the capacity of being ascribed to various motives or factors; dubious; questionable: because, an equivocal personality; equivocal relations; an equivocal reputation.
    • Equivocating.
    • Synonyms Doubtful, uncertain, etc. (see obscure, a.); indeterminate.
    • becoming of doubtful signification; capable of becoming comprehended in different sensory faculties; uncertain; doubtful: as, an equivocal term, term, or sense; an equivocal answer.
    • Of skeptical high quality, source, or importance; with the capacity of becoming ascribed to various motives or reasons; suspicious; dubious: as, an equivocal character; equivocal relations; an equivocal reputation.
    • Equivocating.
    • Synonyms Doubtful, Ambiguous, etc. (see obscure, a.); indeterminate.
    • Being of doubtful signification; with the capacity of being comprehended in various sensory faculties; uncertain; skeptical: as, an equivocal word, term, or good sense; an equivocal solution.
    • Of skeptical high quality, source, or significance; capable of being ascribed to different motives or factors; dubious; questionable: since, an equivocal personality; equivocal relations; an equivocal reputation.
    • Equivocating.
    • Synonyms Doubtful, Ambiguous, etc. (see obscure, a.); indeterminate.
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