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Use "tergiversations" in a sentence
"To make matters worse, it seems pretty clear that the no voters were not just voting against a marginal change in the electoral system for which the case had not been made, but against the Liberal Democrats' shameless tergiversations since they got into bed with the Conservatives."
"Aerial tergiversations apart, this revival of Kaufman and Hart's Broadway hit poses the question: why?"
"For all his critical and commercial success and political tergiversations, it would appear that Carlos Fuentes is a man very much in the market for a spiritual anchor."