Doubtfulness or uncertainty as regards interpretation: "leading a life of alleged moral ambiguity” ( Anatole Broyard). (noun)
Something of doubtful meaning: a poem full of ambiguities. (noun)
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Use "ambiguity" in a sentence
"Being willing to play in ambiguity is much more fun and interesting than coming to a firm and unmovable decision."
"This ambiguity is also becoming part of US policy toward Israel."
"The key to ambiguity is to fight that urge and leave a few of the pieces of the puzzle out, or figuratively turn them 90 degrees."