ambiguous in a sentence

use Ambiguous in a sentence

The President was purposefully ambiguous in his reply.

I feel pretty ambiguous about the party. I hope it’s a success, but I don’t want to go myself.

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

The ending of the movie was totally ambiguous. I guess we have to decide for ourselves what really happened.

The definition of a hate crime is somewhat ambiguous, which makes it extremely difficult to enforce the law.

The President was condemned for his ambiguous statements concerning the scandal.

The United Nations resolution was too ambiguous to have any real force.

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

His answer to our question was somewhat ambiguous, so I don’t really know what he’s going to do.

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