Definition of Ambivalences

1. Noun. (plural of ambivalence) ¹



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Definition of Ambivalences

1. ambivalence [n] - See also: ambivalence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ambivalences

ambitionists
ambitionless
ambitionlessness
ambitions
ambitious
ambitiously
ambitiousness
ambitiousnesses
ambitransitive
ambitransitivity
ambits
ambitty
ambitus
ambituses
ambivalence
ambivalences (current term)
ambivalency
ambivalent
ambivalently
ambiversion
ambiversions
ambiversive
ambivert
ambiverts
amble
ambled
ambler
amblers
ambles
ambling

Literary usage of Ambivalences

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"Internal ambivalences. Preeminent among the reasons for the poor representation of women in the higher echelons of the professional world is a ..."

2. The Inscriptions of Kourion by Terence Bruce Mitford (1971)
"We must further bear in mind the uncertainty often present in the evaluation of signs, however slightly damaged, together with the ambivalences inherent in ..."

3. Mitterrand Legacy and the Future of French Security Policy by Ronald Tiersky (1996)
"In spite of President Francois Mitterrand's own hesitations and ambivalences in the transition from Cold War to post-Cold War European frameworks, ..."

4. To Serve Without Favor: Policing, Human Rights, and Accountability in by Julia Hall (1997)
"Even though the RUC may be able to change roles, the local community aren't as trusting nor is it that easy for them to solve their ambivalences. ..."

5. Catching the Thread: Sufism, Dreamwork, and Jungian Psychology by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee (1998)
"... but into its frightful paradoxes and ambivalences -where good and evil, success and ruin, hope and despair counterbalance one another.14 As Salome she ..."

6. Gender Equity in South African Education 1994-2004: Conference Proceedings by Linda Chisholm, Jean September (2005)
"Thus while new spaces and opportunities are being created, new ambiguities and ambivalences also arise in terms of how these can be evaluated for advancing ..."

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