verb (used without object), e·quiv·o·cat·ed, e·quiv·o·cat·ing.
- equivalent focal length,
- equivalent weight,
Origin of equivocate
Examples from the Web for unequivocating
Their unequivocating charge of disloyalty against drink has been irresistible.Huts in Hell|Daniel A. Poling
Word Origin for equivocate
early 15c., equivocaten, from Medieval Latin equivocatus, past participle of equivocare "to call by the same name," from Late Latin aequivocus (see equivocation). Related: Equivocated; equivocating.