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He did not however say that Putin lied, but rather that the Russian president's response was "suspiciously narrow" and evasive.
I've never seen London Mayor Boris Johnson look so awkward, evasive, and non-credible as in this BBC interview.
The rhetoric was mostly as empty of substance and evasive on details as a Paul Ryan budget.Obama Must Fight One More Campaign: To Keep Senate & Win House in 2014|Robert Shrum|February 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Starting Jan. 1, 2013, taxes would rise on individuals across the board if no evasive action was taken.Obama Brinksmanship Puts GOP in Tough Spot on Debt Ceiling|Daniel Gross|January 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Yet a big part of the reason that debate is so phony and evasive is the Jewish Democrats in Congress.
“They are free from all pain,” was the evasive answer; but it seemed to satisfy her.Salt Water|W. H. G. Kingston
His questions on this point to his mother it was evident gave her pain, and were always met by some evasive answer.The English Spy|Bernard Blackmantle
Gwen groaned as she remembered her sister's conscious looks and evasive replies.The Youngest Girl in the Fifth|Angela Brazil
David could not hold back a flush; no evasive reply was waiting at his lips.To Him That Hath|Leroy Scott
His speeches, however, were evasive and contained much special pleading as well as misstatement.Abraham Lincoln|William Eleroy Curtis