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Ambivalent.


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Ambivalent: This word is a adjective. It means having mixed feelings about somebody or something.The word originates from Latin. It means 'on both sides'

For example:He must not be trusted because of his ambivalent behavior.
A man with a wavering mind is always ambivalent.

A person with a good vocabulary easily stands apart from others and is considered to be blessed with a silver tongue.

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Synonyms of the word ambivalent:

two-faced, unclear, equivocal, ambiguous, confusing,doubtful ,indefinite, unresolved, unsettled ,inconsistent, self-contradictory,uncommitted.

You can refer to a good dictionary to get the synonyms .


Sample Usage

Raj is a two-faced person, he says something and does something else.
Don't make equivocal statements and confuse others.
Your views are ambiguous.
Sometimes the quality of some products is inconsistent.
Your answer to my question is unresolved.
The issue has been unsettled for more than a decade.
You always make self-contradictory statements .
Rani wants to remain uncommitted . Therefore, she doesn't have many friends.


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