Example sentences for: ambiguities

How can you use “ambiguities” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Wilson was sensitive to the growing edges of language, and he rejoiced in the ambiguities of it because they are signs of life and development.

  • Having supplied members with a summary of those rules, the secretary felt compelled to append this note: "Please do NOT correspond with the writer about the ambiguities that are unresolved in the above abbreviated description.

  • Other ambiguities occur when vernacular expressions begin to invade High English.

  • Christopher Lehmann-Haupt writes in the New York Times that the book is "impressive if somewhat pious" but finds Purdy's points unoriginal: "He labors at length such crashingly obvious ideas as the ethical ambiguities of technology."

  • As Clements & Stephens [ 7 ] wrote: "Understanding the ambiguities surrounding the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma has stimulated 14 years of ingenious biological theorizing.


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