English words and Examples of Usage

use "ambivalence" in a sentence

It is such a luxury to have something out there that is confounding ambivalence.

Kaymak echoed Karides' ambivalence, but suggested the problem was even more fundamental.

The costs of same-day delivery and ambivalence from many customers remain concerns, analysts say.

Ambivalence can be viewed as conflict between positive and negative valence-carriers.

The suppressed part of this ambivalence (the hate parts) are projected onto others


This has been caused by long-standing ambivalence, and emergent aspect that influence psychoanalysis.

When Francis Hincks replaced Lafontaine as Premier in 1851, Cauchon's position was one of ambivalence.

This ambivalence explains the differences in attitude in the Archipelago at the moment of the War of Independence.

Expanding on his debut album's theme of ambivalence and conflicted feelings toward fame, Neyfakh, Leon (November

15, 2011).

Fowokan's work is full of the ambivalence he sees in the deep-rooted spiritual and mental conflict between the African and the European.

But it does so with unapologetic ambivalence.

It is this growing G

erman ambivalence between the national and European interest that makes this moment so pivotal.

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