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- adv. In an ambiguous manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an ambiguous manner; with doubtful meaning.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an ambiguous manner; with doubtful meaning.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an ambiguous manner
And as long as we use the term ambiguously and fail to discriminate between conscience proper and the term as used in the looser, larger sense, we will have nothing but confusion.
Rosenbaum makes this more or less plain when he suggests that Encrypted within [Nabokov's] words, encoded indecipherably, ambiguously, is the equivalent of the secret of lightning.
At first glance, Colossal Youth gives the appearance of being almost atemporal, with no clearly delineated narrative, a series of scenes that take place in ambiguously defined present.
How ambiguously, that is, the two trends, empirical and metaphysical, were able to co-exist.
You don't realize how often we use terms ambiguously in our technical jargon ...
For ‘circle’ is used ambiguously, meaning both the circle, unqualified, and the individual circle, because there is no name peculiar to the individuals.
_Ambifariam_ may mean "ambiguously" in the sense of involving both sides of a contradiction (i.e. both of two contradictory propositions).
As a general rule, for the movies they came up with lighter endings - most of his plays end ambiguously and darkly.
Increasingly known as "moobs" which is short for man-boobs The ambiguously ambidextrous quality of the word makes it a very safe and PC term in public.
(The Eagles-Sanits game isn't eligible because of an ambiguously-injured-quarterback situation.)