verb (used without object), e·quiv·o·cat·ed, e·quiv·o·cat·ing.
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As Brookhiser fully appreciates—he does not equivocate or run from the truth—Lincoln was no radical, no abolitionist.
"I won't equivocate," responded the head of the Falkins family with blunt directness.The Code of the Mountains|Charles Neville Buck
At all events, for some reason, the ex-Attorney-General was afraid to accept this opportunity to equivocate.The Judicial Murder of Mary E. Surratt|David Miller DeWitt
I do not equivocate when I say that love is instinctive, and that the latter-day expression of love is artificial.The Kempton-Wace Letters|Jack London
When one thus remains in the clouds, he need not fear to equivocate.What is Property?|P. J. Proudhon
But her stainless heart was too proud in virtue to palter and equivocate with circumstances.