Definition of Equivocations

1. Noun. (plural of equivocation) ¹



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Definition of Equivocations

1. equivocation [n] - See also: equivocation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Equivocations

equivocacy
equivocal
equivocal symptom
equivocalities
equivocality
equivocally
equivocalness
equivocalnesses
equivocals
equivocate
equivocated
equivocates
equivocating
equivocatingly
equivocation
equivocations (current term)
equivocator
equivocators
equivocatory
equivoke
equivokes
equivoque
equivoques
equivorous
equixially
equol
equus
erabutoxins
eradiate
eradiated

Literary usage of Equivocations

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1. The History of the Variations of the Protestant Churches by Jacques Bénigne Bossuet (1842)
"The first called the Sacramen- tarians a double-tongued faction,* on account of their equivocations ; and said, " They made a devilish game with the words ..."

2. Rules for the Interpretation of Deeds. With a Glossary by Howard Warburton Elphinstone, Robert Frederick Norton, James William Clark (1889)
".Ambiguities and inaccuracies defined and distinguished: Patent ambiguities: Ambiguity determined by election: equivocations : Direct evidence of intention: ..."

3. The Anatomy of Melancholy: What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes, Symptoms by Robert Burton (1862)
"Despairs, equivocations, Definition, Parties and Parts affected. THEBE be many kinds of desperation, whereof some be holy, some unholy, ..."

4. Handbook of the Law of Wills by George Enos Gardner, Walter Thomas Dunmore (1916)
"equivocations—EXTRINSIC EVIDENCE OF INTENTION 107. Where the object of the testator's bounty, or the subject-matter upon which the will purports to operate, ..."

5. A Treatise on Deeds by Robert Frederick Norton, Robert Hay Dun, Digby Latimer Francis Koe (1906)
"... equivocations—INACCURACIES. Ambiguities (Patent and Latent) and Inaccuracies Defined ami Distinguished : Deed roid /m• Uncertainty : No Evidence of ..."

6. The True Intellectual System of the Universe: Wherein All the Reason and by Ralph Cudworth, Thomas Birch (1837)
"To discover his equivocations.—Chap. 10. About obligation.—Chap. 11. According to him there can be no Ethic.—Chap. 12. Judgment on his politics, ..."

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