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ambiguous
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The Aeneid
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  • Th’ ambiguous god, who rul’d her lab’ring breast, In these mysterious words his mind express’d; Some truths reveal’d, in terms involv’d the rest.
  • Ambiguous rumors thro’ the camp he spread, And sought, by treason, my devoted head; New crimes invented; left unturn’d no stone, To make my guilt appear, and hide his own; Till Calchas was by force and threat’ning wroughtBut why— why dwell I on that anxious thought?

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  • Her answer was ambiguous.
  • The Constitution of the United States is intentionally ambiguous — requiring human judgment to interpret difficult questions.

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