ambiguity (noun) · ambiguities (plural noun)
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1. Ambiguity (and ambiguous) comes from the Latin ambiguus, which was formed by combining ambi- (meaning "both") and agere ("to drive")
2. Ambiguity definition, doubtfulness or uncertainty of meaning or intention: to speak with Ambiguity; an Ambiguity of manner
3. The definition of Ambiguity is a word or sentence that is not clear about the intention or meaning
4. An example of Ambiguity is when a person answers a question in …
5. Synonyms & Antonyms of Ambiguity the quality or state of having a veiled or uncertain meaning the Ambiguity of the clairvoyant's messages from the deceased allowed the grieving relatives to interpret them however they wished
6. Such uncertainty generates stress, Boss said, and “coping with stress, coping with Ambiguity, is especially hard.” POLITICS AND CONSPIRACY THEORIES ARE FRACTURING RELATIONSHIPS
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8. Ambiguity (pronounced am-big-YOU-it-tee) is the presence of two or more possible meanings in a single passage
9. Other terms used for Ambiguity are amphibologia, amphibolia, and semantic Ambiguity.
10. Something with Ambiguity is unclear
11. Think about the sentence, "Jill saw the man with binoculars." If you are wondering whether Jill or the man had the binoculars, you are noticing the Ambiguity, or the double meaning, of this sentence.
12. Ambiguity Uncertainty or doubtfulness of the meaning of language
13. When language is capable of being understood in more than one way by a reasonable person, Ambiguity exists
14. Examples of Ambiguity in Literature Example #1 The Sick Rose by William Blake
15. Ambiguity A word, phrase, or sentence is ambiguous if it has more than one meaning
16. Ambiguity is when the meaning of a word, phrase, or sentence is uncertain
17. Typically, it is best to avoid Ambiguity in your writing
18. However, sometimes Ambiguity is used deliberately to add humor to a text.
19. Traditionally, Ambiguity in unfolding news requires flexibility to different aspects of the same story
20. This Ambiguity, and the unhealed wounds of slavery, are the real subject of Cassin's novel
21. The 'story', if it can be called that, opens in mystery and proceeds through Ambiguity, equivocation, and vagueness.
22. If you say that there is Ambiguity in something, you mean that it is unclear or confusing, or it can be understood in more than one way
23. There is considerable Ambiguity about what this part of the agreement actually means
24. American English: Ambiguity / æmbɪgyˈuɪti /
25. In English grammar, syntactic Ambiguity (also called structural Ambiguity or grammatical Ambiguity) is the presence of two or more possible meanings within a single sentence or sequence of words, as opposed to lexical Ambiguity, which is the presence of two or more possible meanings within a single word.The intended meaning of a syntactically ambiguous phrase can generally—although not
26. Ambiguity - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
27. An Ambiguity is a word, statement, or phrase that leaves room for more than one interpretation
28. Ambiguity in writing, though sometimes intentional, can be the cause of much confusion (and sometimes a few laughs).
29. ‘There's very little Ambiguity to the whole thing; it's all spelled out right there.’ ‘This impact derives from its subtlety, Ambiguity and non-literal nature.’ ‘The potential for Ambiguity aside, this was an offer that couldn't be refused.’ ‘The same person will tolerate Ambiguity in one situation but not in another.’
30. Definition of Ambiguity in the Definitions.net dictionary
31. What does Ambiguity mean? Information and translations of Ambiguity in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
32. Incorrect choice of words leads to Ambiguity for the reader
33. There is a degree of Ambiguity in this statement
34. There was some Ambiguity in what he said
35. They had to change some of the wording in the document to resolve the Ambiguity
36. The inherent Ambiguity of language
37. Ambiguity n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
38. Notes on Ambiguity There are two types of Ambiguity: Genuine ambiguities, where a sentence really can have two different meanings to an intelligent hearer, and "computer" ambiguities, where the meaning is entirely clear to a hearer but a computer detects more than one meaning.
39. Synonyms for Ambiguity in Free Thesaurus
40. 41 synonyms for Ambiguity: vagueness, doubt, puzzle, uncertainty, obscurity, enigma, equivocation
41. Syntactic Ambiguity, also called structural Ambiguity, amphiboly or amphibology, is a situation where a sentence may be interpreted in more than one way due to ambiguous sentence structure.
42. Syntactic Ambiguity arises not from the range of meanings of single words, but from the relationship between the words and clauses of a sentence, and the sentence structure underlying the …
43. On March 22, during Penn State Startup Week powered by PNC, Natalie Nixon, president of Figure 8 Thinking LLC, will detail how practical creativity techniques can shift mindsets and stretch thinking during the virtual keynote speaker event, “Get Comfortable with Ambiguity.”
44. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Ambiguity am‧bi‧gu‧i‧ty / ˌæmbɪˈɡjuːəti / AWL noun (plural ambiguities) [countable, uncountable] the state of being unclear, confusing, or not certain, or things that produce this effect Ambiguity in There was an element of Ambiguity in the president’s reply.
45. In fact, Ambiguity tends to increase with frequency of use, and it is rarely-used technical terms that are unambiguous
46. As a logical fallacy, Ambiguity occurs when linguistic Ambiguity causes an argument to appear cogent when it
47. Ambiguity definition: If you say that there is Ambiguity in something, you mean that it is unclear or confusing Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
48. Osborn, "The Essential Skill for Career Development--Dealing With Ambiguity," (2018), “leaders who are able to deal with Ambiguity …
49. Before we start of with the Ambiguity problem in CPP, lets find out what Ambiguity actually means ! Ambiguity : A situation in which something has more than one possible meaning and may therefore cause confusion
50. Definition of Ambiguity written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
51. The Ambiguity typically results from the fact that words can mean different things; the additional information typically supplies context that clarifies which meaning is intended in this instance
52. Ambiguity amplifiers make the situation worse by insisting that others wait for someone else “up there” to set direction, micro-manage and/or over analyze
53. Hypernyms ("Ambiguity" is a kind of): expression; locution; saying (a word or phrase that particular people use in particular situations) Hyponyms (each of the following is a kind of "Ambiguity"): loophole (an Ambiguity (especially one in the text of a law or contract) that …
54. Examples of Ambiguity in a sentence
55. Although Hank wants to sign the contract, he needs to understand the Ambiguity of some of the language first
56. 🔊 The poem’s Ambiguity made it difficult for me to understand the author’s viewpoint
57. Scope Ambiguity: It is under debate whether this type of Ambiguity is a form of syntactic or lexical Ambiguity, or whether it represents a unique class of Ambiguity
58. An example of this type of Ambiguity is: Prostitutes appeal to Pope.
59. Ambiguity occurs when a single word or phrase may be interpreted in two or more ways
60. As law frequently involves lengthy, complex texts, Ambiguity is common