ambiguously ambiguously


  • (adv) in an ambiguous manner


  1. A rock-'n'-roll triosinger Tomoko Kawase and guitarists Shunsaku Okuda and Ryo Matsuithat creates ambiguously playful music.
  2. Felici's ambiguously phrased letter implied that these directions had come directly from Pope Paul VI himself.
  3. She steps back from the action, gets out of the way, so the people and things in her stories can exist the way real things do: richly, ambiguously, without explanation.


  • Justin Bieber Is Releasing His Third Fragrance

    If Justin Bieber's first two suggestively titled scents, "Someday" and "Girlfriend," didn't satisfy the Bieber-shaped hole in your heart, there's still hope. The pop star, who's spent the year maturing into manhood, is releasing a third, sleek, ambiguously titled fragrance to add to his olfactory empire. He's christened his new scent, ... More »
    on June 21, 2013     Source: New York Magazine


  1. "While there are many objections to this proposition - further government encroachment on personal lives, ambiguously written text - it is the chilling and discriminatory effect of the proposition on many of our employees that brings Google to...
    on Sep 29, 2008 By: Brin Source:

  2. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, a chief sponsor of the bill, said, "The United States must make it ambiguously clear that we will not support such a terrorist regime, that we will not directly or indirectly allow American taxpayer funds to be used to...
    on May 23, 2006 By: Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Source: FOXNews

  3. "Unfortunately, Mr. ElBaradei always talks ambiguously," Mr. Rafsanjani said. "We expect the agency to be fair and impartial."
    on Nov 21, 2008 By: Hashemi Rafsanjani Source: New York Times

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