equivocally : Definition, Usages, News and More
- He asked for universal military training, not equivocally, as he had stated his position in a press conference last November, but as something which he thought was needed to insure .
- In subsequent studies, also at Dorothea Dix Hospital, ten other women responded equivocally to saline injections, but favorably to TRH when the two were administered in alternate .
- Yet some of his warmest admirers regret the Hearst connection, feel that Neylan's own capacities would have carried him farther, less equivocally.
- Arturo Sarukhan in San Jose Mercury News
I think that a lot of the mutual recrimination is being thrown out the side,Sarukhan said. "You have a president in Mexico, Felipe Calderon, who . . . has plainly and equivocally stated that Mexico has a responsibility in preventing people...