English words and Examples of Usage

use "ambiguous" in a sentence

This legal requirement has led to the creation of a separate, somewhat ambiguous category of relationships - "separated".

These cases usually involve people whose deportable alien status is ambiguous-where the client claims to be a United States citizen.

Natural language

proofs employ logic but usually include some amount of natural language which usually admits some ambiguity.

This creates ambiguity in the marketing of night vision devices as the difference between the two measurements is effectively pi or approximately 3.14159 times.

He compliments Kurosawa's use of "dappled" light throughout the film, which gives the characters and settings further ambiguity.

"Yet there is the same psychologizing bent in both kinds of writing ¼ the same interest and ambiguity.

The usage of either a comma or a point in a number provides a degree of ambiguity too.

working in the incubator helps students apply their evolving business knowledge while providing a stronger appreciation for the ambiguity that exists within start-up companies.

Time has not resolved this ambiguity, and people continue to interpret this passage to support positions that are poles apart.

Many scholars propose that Sonnet 29 is an example of Shakespeare expressing his love for another man, yet this cannot be confirmed due to the ambiguity of the piece.

She also finds Arrietty's diary (though the author creates some ambiguity when the sister mentions that Arrietty's handwriting bears similarity with her brother's).

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