equivocal


equivocal

adjective

Definition of EQUIVOCAL

1
giving good reason for being doubted, questioned, or challenged <the evidence that this latest diet really results in lasting weight loss is certainly equivocal>
2
having an often intentionally veiled or uncertain meaning <his demand that I promptly pay what I owe him ended with the equivocal threat or else>
3
having a mixture of opposing feelings <a number of people are clearly equivocal about allowing casino gambling in the state>
Antonyms unambivalent

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