Similar words: clarification, variation, ratification, gratification, indication, medication, vindication, application. Meaning: [prɪ‚værɪ'keɪʃn] n. 1. a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth 2. intentionally vague or ambiguous 3. the deliberate act of deviating from the truth.
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1. She accused him of prevarication.
2. After months of prevarication, the political decision had at last been made.
3. After some Ministry prevarication Tabakov eventually arrived, but only after the cast had assembled and with one day of rehearsal lost.
4. Ask me how tall I am, and, without prevarication or hesitation, I will tell you.
5. Hopefully, decisive action, not prevarication, will be forthcoming from both sides.
6. Prevarication must not be the name of the game.
7. The result can be a lot of needless prevarication.
8. Ownership is unclear responsibilities of buck-passing between departments, prevarication, Lee indisputable responsibility for, the management of protected areas is not charged, and so on.
9. All my attempts to question the authorities on the subject were met by evasion and prevarication.
10. Classical literature is a polite literature luxuriating in endless prevarication and self-indulgence.
11. Each step in the euro's defence, however(sentencedict.com/prevarication.html), had been preceded by prevarication and followed by recriminations.
12. Their actions leave open the further question: when does out-and-out prevarication shade off into self-deception and denial?
13. The longer negotiations drag on, the greater the risk of permanent prevarication.
14. She is known now as the Iron Lady, but as a pretty, na?ve young pol who cut through cant, prevarication and some very real problems, she must have been exhilarating.
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