- in a deliberately ambiguous or questionable way.
- in a way that is doubtful in nature or of uncertain significance.
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Examples from the Web for equivocally
Do you dare to reply to me equivocally, when I have asked a positive answer?A Simple Story
"That's the worst of the medical profession," he added, equivocally.Stanford Stories
Charles K. Field
"It is very late," replied the churlish landlord, equivocally.Ernest Maltravers, Complete
"I hope it may," said the physician, equivocally; and he changed the subject.
"And so long as thou doest good unto thyself, men will speak well of thee," said the Jew, equivocally.