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equivocal
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • He recalled his own equivocal position in Belvedere, a free boy, a leader afraid of his own authority, proud and sensitive and suspicious, battling against the squalor of his life and against the riot of his mind.
  • Their presence had made him diffident of himself when he was a muff in Clongowes and it had made him diffident of himself also while he had held his equivocal position in Belvedere.

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  • Her statement was equivocal.
  • an unequivocal statement

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