His answer was equivocal as Paul said his wife didn't want him to run.
But his wavering and equivocal history on the marriage issue more properly suggests a profile in Jell-O.
The results are almost always negative, and when they are equivocal it rarely is an indication of actual illness.
At our request the Meccans stayed also in the rear; we did not desire the equivocal effect of their company on a first appearance.
Hobbes' definition, it may be urged, when applied to the case of the Will, is equivocal.
The speech referred to commercial policy in terms which the Hon. Mr. Villiers denounced as "vague and equivocal."
Yet Walpole's place in literature is unmistakable, if of equivocal merit.
"This was something of a difficult undertaking, too," said he, with an equivocal smile.
Le Gardeur gave Anglique an equivocal look at mention of his sister.
Stay my stomach with half a glass of equivocal looking water, and exit.