[ am-fib-uh-luh s ]
/ æmˈfɪb ə ləs /


ambiguous or equivocal, especially when due to the uncertain grammatical construction of a word or phrase.

Origin of amphibolous

1635–45; < Latin amphibolus < Greek amphíbolos thrown on both sides, ambiguous, equivalent to amphi- amphi- + -bol- (verbid of bállein to throw) + -os -ous Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019