- n falsification by means of vague or ambiguous language
- n the act of abandoning a party for cause
- I saw exactly how it happened and why the tergiversation was inevitable: and how one step involved all the others.
- Another has been the behavior of its distinguished columnists-the lamentation of Mark Sullivan, the oscillation of Dorothy Thompson, the tergiversation of Walter Lippmann.
- Re your article, "Hold Barred," included in the Radio department of PTI, April 24, be it known to you, sirs, that song lyrics need not be guilty of lingual tergiversation with a .