Equivocatory


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E`quiv´o`ca`to`ry


a.1.Indicating, or characterized by, equivocation.
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The velocipede signals in ironic, equivocatory space.
From today's perspective, the relationship between the two artists begs more detailed scrutiny, for the closer one examines Paul Klee's work and deciphers the background to, and messages in, his equivocatory pictorial language, the more it emerges not only that Klee was different to Picasso but also that he engaged closely with his fellow artist's work.
In an equivocatory style, which through frequent use becomes a hallmark of the entire book, the author preempts criticism by acknowledging that "[t]he Akhlaq-i Nasiri is a work of theory, idealistic and normative in character, and it is naturally difficult to take the text as evidence of the circumstances that actually obtained when it was prepared" (p.