Synonym: equivocalness. Similar words: ambiguous, guitar, ambitious, ambivalence, equity, iniquity, antiquity, ingenuity. Meaning: [‚æmbɪ'gjuːɪtɪ] n. 1. an expression whose meaning cannot be determined from its context 2. unclearness by virtue of having more than one meaning.
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1) There is a degree of ambiguity in this statement.
2) Much British humour depends on ambiguity.
3) Don't touch ambiguity when you are in love.
4) When keeping the ambiguity with you ,I fear I will fall in love with you, and I fear I will cry after your leaving.
5) Incorrect choice of words leads to ambiguity for the reader.
6) You must understand the ambiguity of my position.
7) There is some ambiguity in this clause.
8) It's a work full of paradox and ambiguity.
9) Ambiguity arises when students' spoken English is very limited.
10) There was some ambiguity in what he said.
11) A lot of humour depends on ambiguity.
12) The document has been carefully written to avoid ambiguity.
13) Write clear definitions in order to avoid ambiguity.
14) There was an element of ambiguity in the president's reply.
15) The course teaches students to avoid ambiguity and obscurity of expression.
16) To remove any ambiguity we have to acquire more accurate information.
17) There will always be some ambiguity about what actually happened.
18) There is considerable ambiguity about what this part of the agreement actually means.
19) They were also more tolerant of ambiguity and contradiction.
20) The problem is one of word boundary ambiguity.
21) Avoid obscurity of expression. Avoid ambiguity.
22) The ambiguity lasted long after Willie died.
23) Such ambiguity is dispersed by the Maastricht Treaty.
24) There is a great divide between ambiguity and vagueness.
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26) This ambiguity of voices co-operates with the rhetoric of textual autonomy whereby texts are seen to undermine themselves without intervention.
27) Nationalization is a word which is neither very felicitous nor free from ambiguity.
28) They had to change some of the wording in the document to resolve the ambiguity.
29) In dealing with the difficult topics of his own day he resorted to silence and ambiguity.
30) From the later fourth century, this ideal offered puzzled Christians a means to define their identity without ambiguity.
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