Equivocate in a sentence

Use Equivocate in a sentence


Meaning: [verb]speak ambiguously; avoid telling the truth;

Joelle equivocates and never directly replies to the question.

The script writers used equivocating phrases and words to evade the censorship.

He hated slavery but equivocated in public statements about racial equality.

The military equivocated for several hours about how to respond to Yeltsin ‘s call for action.

Joelle equivocates in her answer.

This is no time to equivocate or set up straw men to defend the indefensible.

His remarks drew a sharp response from Ko, who said that Sun should not “equivocate” about the firm’s affiliation.

I am in earnest – I will not equivocate – I will not excuse – I will not retreat a single inch – AND I WILL BE HEARD.

Chinese policy equivocated between belligerence and conciliation during the 55 day siege.