equivocacy

equivocality, equivocacy

the state or quality of being ambiguous in meaning or capable of double interpretation. — equivocal, adj.
See also: Punning
the state or quality of being ambiguous in meaning or capable of double interpretation. — equivocal, adj.
See also: Language
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Shakespeare's boy heroines are interpreted as representations of generic equivocacy.
Yet the same equivocacy is apparent in public attitudes as was discernible in political rhetoric.
The equivocacy of the findings in the mood-performance literature has been attributed to several factors including methodological inconsistency and measurement difficulties, especially the use of different mood measures [1,7].
Thorn's interrogation of traditional social history sources of World War I adds to the equivocacy in the women workers' accounts themselves.