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She implied absolute support, but then proceeded to equivocate.
to speak in a manner that does not clearly express an opinion or decision — typically in an attempt to satisfy people who want different things or to avoid making a commitment

Word Mastery:  In the field of logic, equivocation is a fallacy resulting from use of ambiguous language in an incompatible manner; e.g.:

     1. Odd things arouse suspicion.
     2. Seven is an odd number.
     3. Therefore people are suspicious of the number, seven.
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