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adj. equivocal
1. deliberately ambiguous, with the intention to mislead or confuse: "The language on the contract was equivocal at best". 2. uncertain in nature, or feeling: "She was always somewhat equivocal in her thoughts about her father". n. equivocality, equivocalness

Etymology: Late Latin aequivocus, from aequi- equi- + voc-, vox voice
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