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OTHER WORDS FROM ambivalenceam·biv·a·lent, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for ambivalency
Once admit this, and the primary importance of ambivalency disappears so far as negativism is concerned.
(g) Sexuality with its ambivalency on the emotional plane is often one of the roots of negative reaction.
What is characteristic of the diseased mind is not ambivalency but resistance.