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Definition of "equivocatory" [e•quiv•o•ca•to•ry]

  • Indicating, or characterized by, equivocation. (adjective)

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Use "equivocatory" in a sentence
  • "David Gessner, author of several volumes including Return of the Osprey, A Wild Rank Place, Sick of Nature, and Soaring With Fidel, teaches creative writing at the University of North Carolina Wilmington; here, in an equivocatory think-piece for The New York Times, he wrestles with being torn between wild-worryness and world-weariness to surprising effect on the eve of achieving tenure at a clean well-pensioned place boasting an enviable leisurely and enlightening pace."