Agent noun of equivocate; one who equivocates.(noun)
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Use "equivocator" in a sentence
"John Shakespeare was a kind of equivocator: it's what you do when you're in a corner, when you can't be a Catholic and a loyal Englishman at the same time."
"This kind of equivocator, while he says that all men are equal in certain fundamental respects, though some are su - perior to the rest in other respects, fails to notice (or to admit) that the other respects are at bottom only some of the fundamental ones described in dif - ferent words."
"By nature, Franco was an equivocator; his terms for joining the Nazi war effort were so high that Hitler was left complaining angrily of his ally's ingratitude."