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  • The game ends with the player leaving the city ambiguously as he came in.
  • He has also engaged with certain political themes, though sometimes ambiguously so.
  • He will write ambiguously if he wants to; there is no law to prevent him from doing so. Cited from Punchinello, Vol. II., No. 35, November 26, 1870, by Various
  • Her father gave himself little concern regarding her ambiguously-written message. Cited from Lady Rosamond's Secret, by Rebecca Agatha Armour
  • Kate words it a little ambiguously; at all events there appears to be considerable talk about it. Cited from Princess, by Mary Greenway McClelland
  • Ambiguously he was remembered serving the parish for ten years.
  • He who becomes guilty in anxiety becomes as ambiguously guilty as it is possible to become.
  • I have expressed myself ambiguously at the end of this chapter. Cited from Plutarch's Lives, Volume II, Tr. by Aubrey Stewart and George Long
  • Census records indicated his parents were mulatto, although the term was often ambiguously used.
  • A problem occurs here if a single sequence of tokens can ambiguously match more than one syntax rule.
  • A few are portrayed ambiguously, with their well-intended actions having unexpected consequences.
  • The General ambiguously concludes that he will discuss the circumstances in detail when they meet later.
  • One seems to detect that the scene has been rehearsed before a committee of ambiguously mixed composition. Cited from Impressions And Comments, by Havelock Ellis
  • The term education functions ambiguously to name the process and also to name warranted assertions about the process.
  • She and Sly have feelings for each other, but their relationship is portrayed rather ambiguously throughout the series.
  • The words mercy and kindness connote it less ambiguously than the word love. Cited from Perfect Wagnerite, Commentary the Ring, by GB Shaw
  • "I do not understand you; you talk ambiguously." Cited from Varney the Vampire, by Thomas Preskett Prest
  • We went out and left him with his prisoner -- passive enough, indeed, according to his ambiguously worded promise. Cited from The Vanishing Man, by R. Austin Freeman
  • By this he meant the sorcerer, but he expressed himself ambiguously. Cited from The Hero of Esthonia and Others, by William Forsell Kirby
  • The confrontation scene ends ambiguously -- it is unclear if Mary is finally killed.
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Meaning of ambiguously

  • adverb In an ambiguous manner
    this letter is worded ambiguously