Ambiguity in a sentence

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There can be no ambiguity over the right of people to say what they believe.

There is always a certain degree of ambiguity in language, which can be difficult for language learners to accept.

Politics is the art of ambiguity: you must say something in such a way that it can be interpreted to mean almost anything.

Paul Tillich once remarked that the awareness of the ambiguity of one’s highest achievements (as well as one’s deepest failures) is a definite symptom of maturity.

Martina Horner once stated that what is important is to keep learning, to enjoy challenge, and to tolerate ambiguity. In the end there are no certain answers.

Roger von Oech once said, “Take advantage of the ambiguity in the world. Look at something and think what else it might be.”

Theodor Adorno once suggested that intolerance of ambiguity is the mark of an authoritarian personality.