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use "ambiguous" in a sentence

He's always that kind of ambiguous villain, said Fassbender.

Nonsense, Bayne suggested, as those rules were broad, unclear and ambiguous.

He said the information gleaned from social media accounts so far has been ambiguous.

The Sun's front-page plug is similarly ambiguous, reading: We've had a mammary lapse.

Online identity has often been ambiguous, fleeting and shifting for all sorts of reasons.

Parts of the Muslim Brotherhood have a highly ambiguous relationship with violent extremism.

Walker's earlier support for ending birthright citizenship didn't seem ambiguous at the time.

The sketch depicted generally ambiguous features that made it hard to determine his ethnicity.

During the trial, Bayne has argued that the rules guiding senators were ambiguous and unclear.

Whatever the case, Kirchner loyalists have been less ambiguous about their misgivings about Scioli.

The actions and motivations of real people in real historical events are complicated and ambiguous.

ANALYST'S TAKE: The latest news from Greece was somewhat ambiguous, Mizuho Bank said in a commentary.

Research shows that we use our general knowledge of people and events to help us interpret ambiguous stimuli, and to remember things that happen in our lives.

Discussion question: If you were Earth's ambassador to another planet, what would you tell them about our world? ambiguous

LSI also deals effectively with sparse, ambiguous, and contradictory data.

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