Definition of equivocalness in English:



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  • ‘Corthell concludes that Donne constructs a ‘recusant subject of satire,’ a subject, that is, whose equivocalness is both a response to and a production of the discontinuous discursive formations available to the Elizabethan satirist.’
  • ‘Most normative models of strategy tend to accord middle management a supporting role at best; executives are advised to reduce equivocalness so that middle managers can act on clear instructions.’
  • ‘But equivocalness hangs in the air - we're waiting for it to tip over.’