Definition of Equivocality

1. Noun. The quality of being equivocal. ¹



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Definition of Equivocality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Equivocality

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equivariance
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equiviscous temperature
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equivocality (current term)
equivocally
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Literary usage of Equivocality

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1. Theosophy, Or, Psychological Religion by Friedrich Max Müller (1893)
"IN laying before you a short outline of the Vedanta- philosophy, I had several times to call your attention to what I called the equivocality which is ..."

2. Theosophy by Friedrich Max Müller (1893)
"IN laying before you a short outline of the Vedanta- philosophy, I had several times to call your attention to what I called the equivocality which is ..."

3. Theosophy: Or, Psychological Religion by Friedrich Max Müller (1895)
"IN laying before you a short outline of the Vedanta- philosophy, I had several times to call your attention to what I called the equivocality which is ..."

4. Measuring Innovation in OECD and Non-OECD Countries: Selected Seminar Papers by William Blankley (2006)
"For example, Kleingeld (2003) has shown that leadership and creativity, both of which relate to the resolution of equivocality, are important to make ..."

5. Quintilian's Institutes of Eloquence by Quintilian (1805)
"equivocality is So frequent, that some philosophers have thought, there is not a word that does hot admit of more significations than one. The kinds of it, ..."

6. The Information Universe: Issues in Informing Science and Information by Informing Science Institute, Eli Cohen, Ed. (2006)
"Organizations present contexts of equivocality where people act and then reflect on their actions to make sense of organizing (Putnam et al., 1996). ..."

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