Antonym: clear, definite, distinct. Similar words: ambitious, sumptuous, continuous, big, bigger, combine, dig up, a big shot. Meaning: [æm'bɪgjʊəs] adj. 1. open to two or more interpretations; or of uncertain nature or significance; or (often) intended to mislead 2. having more than one possible meaning 3. having no intrinsic or objective meaning; not organized in conventional patterns.
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1 He gave me an ambiguous answer.
2 His reply to my question was somewhat ambiguous.
3 The language in the Minister's statement is highly ambiguous.
4 This agreement is very ambiguous and open to various interpretations.
5 Our ambiguous, so far.
6 The paragraph is rendered ambiguous by the writer's careless use of pronouns.
7 The manifesto is long-winded, repetitious and often ambiguous or poorly drafted.
8 The government has been ambiguous on this issue.
9 The phrasing of the report is ambiguous.
10 The wording of the agreement is ambiguous.
11 The wording was deliberately ambiguous.
12 I suspected that he was being deliberately ambiguous.
13 In fact,[www.Sentencedict.com] your ambiguous words amount to a refusal.
14 His role has always been ambiguous.
15 The language is often elliptical and ambiguous.
16 The wording of the statute is ambiguous.
17 Her account was deliberately ambiguous.
18 The phrasing of the contract is rather ambiguous.
19 His role in the affair is ambiguous.
20 The title of this chapter is ambiguous.
21 This sentence is ambiguous in sense.
22 It's an ambiguous statement.
23 Students have ambiguous feelings about their role in the world.
24 His South Dakota activities are more ambiguous.
25 Some verbs are more ambiguous than others.
26 Socially[sentencedict.com], the impact has been more ambiguous.
27 Government policies have been somewhat ambiguous.
28 An address book with ambiguous leads.
29 As previously stated, the phrase "value for money" has an ambiguous meaning.
30 However, the evidence is thin and, to some extent, ambiguous.
More similar words: ambitious, sumptuous, continuous, big, bigger, combine, dig up, a big shot, a big deal, combined, chamber, bombing, figure, scramble, fatigue, figure in, figure out, ambassador, combination, flamboyant, intrigued, house, spouse, cousin, nervous, obvious, envious, warehouse, housing, enormous.