Equivocate sentence example

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  • Sean continued to equivocate when the FBI persisted in their questioning.
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  • I wish he wouldn't equivocate about this issue and instead give me a straight answer.
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  • As was his habit, he would only equivocate about the topic.
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  • Pleae don't equivocate about this topic, we need to make a plan.
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  • She won't do anything but equivocate about her plans for next weekend.
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  • Susan would only equivocate when I asked her about her childhood.
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  • Uncomfortable with his past, Jason would always equivocate and attempt to change the subject whenever his birth parents came up in conversation. 
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  • I can tell when you're stressed out, because you'll equivocate and avoid all of my questions.
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  • Her method to cope with the situation was to equivocate whenever the issue was mentioned.
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  • I don't appreciate when you equivocate with me, it seems disingenuous.
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  • That is he did not equivocate on freedom of the press.
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  • Feeling embarrassed because of her lack of education, Lola began to equivocate as soon as the topic of university life was discussed.
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  • They could n't equivocate on the majesty of His oratory.
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  • Becket's opposition rested upon a casuistic interpretation of the canon law, and an extravagant conception of the dignity attaching to the priesthood; he showed, moreover, a disposition to quibble, to equivocate, and to make promises which he had no intention of fulfilling.
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  • Just as I assumed, Travis continued to equivocate.
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