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Sentence count:18Posted:2016-11-09Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: equivocateequivocalinvocationlocationratificationgratificationequationeducationMeaning: [ɪ‚kwɪvə'keɪʃn]  n. 1. a statement that is not literally false but that cleverly avoids an unpleasant truth 2. intentionally vague or ambiguous 3. falsification by means of vague or ambiguous language. 
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1 Equivocation is first cousin to a lie. 
2 He answered openly and honestly without hesitation or equivocation.
3 These actions must be condemned without equivocation.
4 Why doesn't the President say so without equivocation?
5 But there was no equivocation on the issue of illegal immigration.
6 It is probable that deliberate equivocation in respect of the intended sense of word forms is always to some extent odd.
7 But Congressional equivocation also reflects Congressional ambivalence.
8 Equivocation is Number 1 cousin to a lie.
9 This equivocation has carried through to his trade policy appointments.
10 You would wrong him and wrong yourself by equivocation of any kind.
11 I do not suspect him of equivocation,( still less of lying.
12 With caution, and with some equivocation, Bohr took a further step.
13 Then she with a pretty equivocation went on: " Julia is about my height. "
14 The fearful electorate found Reagan's outrage and can-do optimism more persuasive than the dour Brown's equivocation.
15 Sometimes an arguer will deliberately, sneakily equivocate, often on words like "freedom," "justice," "rights," and so forth; other times, the equivocation is a mistake or misunderstanding.
16 Some have learnt many Tricks of sly Evasion, Instead of Truth they use Equivocation, and eke it out with mental Reservation, Which is to good Men an Abomination.
17 One of my key objectives as a filmmaker is to renounce the piousness and equivocation of cinema in order to find a natural and rational approach to documentary and life.
18 But they can affirm the principles of Mr Geithner's proposals equivocation.
More similar words: equivocateequivocalinvocationlocationratificationgratificationequationeducationadvocateequivalenteducationalindicationmedicationvindicationapplicationpublicationimplicationcommunicationclarificationcertificationprevaricationesterificationidentificationpersonificationtelecommunicationsacquisitionout of the questionvocalnationnegation
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