1 This agreement is very ambiguous and open to various interpretations.
2 He gave me an ambiguous answer.
3 It has sown confusion and anxiety among researchers by giving birth to the ambiguous concept of sensitive but unclassified research.
4 The government has been ambiguous on this issue.
5 The language in the Minister's statement is highly ambiguous.
6 His reply to my question was somewhat ambiguous.
7 Even in BP CEO Tony Hayward's new television commercial his assurance is an ambiguous.
8 His ambiguous instructions misled us; we did not know which road to take.
9 Don't touch ambiguity when you are in love.
10 Much British humour depends on ambiguity.
11 Incorrect choice of words leads to ambiguity for the reader.
12 From the later fourth century, this ideal offered puzzled Christians a means to define their identity without ambiguity.
13 There is a degree of ambiguity in this statement.
14 There was an element of ambiguity in the president's reply.
15 When keeping the ambiguity with you ,I fear I will fall in love with you, and I fear I will cry after your leaving.