Definition of equivocally in English:

equivocally

adverb

See equivocal

  • ‘The second was that the atmosphere of euphoria in the United States, caused by the strong economy, was equivocally taken as a revival of ‘American triumphalism’.’
  • ‘It gave them plenty of equivocally juicy dialog, which made both their motivations clearer and their actions more believable.’
  • ‘The Clinton administration said it would come to Taiwan's defense, but only said this equivocally.’
  • ‘If rather more equivocally, population Class 4 and biface Classes 2 and 3 show similar patterns.’
  • ‘She had warded off passes, flirtatious comments and genuine admiration equivocally and graciously.’

Pronunciation

equivocally

/ɪˈkwɪvək(ə)li/