Her songs are intentionally ambiguous.
The ending was more ambiguous, one in which the future of the world was in question.
There are a number of specific issues left somewhat ambiguous in the document.
The modern work is deliberately ambiguous.
It does seem rather ambiguous to say it is being spent on 'patient care'.
By making the imagery ambiguous, I want to allow space for individual interpretation.
They thus occupied an ambiguous position on the borders of Judaism.
Moreover the phrase "this law" is so ambiguous as to raise a much greater difficulty than that caused by the Greek mistranslation of the Hebrew word for "copy."
But the context alone can determine the question; and that is often so ambiguous that a sure inference is impossible.
His policy, therefore, was necessarily tentative and ambiguous, and might very readily be misinterpreted.
But this method of representation is a very imperfect one; we may easily impose on ourselves and others by strained and ambiguous renderings.
If the language of Homer is so ambiguous where the use of writing would naturally be mentioned, we cannot expect to find more decisive references elsewhere.
In the first place, the term " phenomenon " is ambiguous, sometimes meaning a conscious affection and sometimes any fact whatever.
These are separated by a very ambiguous frontier, and have their geographical and political links to the south and north respectively.
This was ambiguous and was interpreted variously.
But he takes the usual advantage of this most ambiguous of terms when he extends it to embrace God, freedom, and immortality required by the moral law.
His ambiguous conduct, however, led to the despatch of two expeditions against the Mirdites and the devastation of their territory.