E*quiv`o*ca"tion (?), n.
The use of expressions susceptible of a double signification, with a purpose to mislead.
There being no room for equivocations, there is no need of distinctions.
Syn. -- Prevarication; ambiguity; shuffling; evasion; guibbling. See Equivocal, a., and Prevaricate, v. i.
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