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Examples of Ambiguity in Literature and Speech In "The Rose" by William Blake, there is enough ambiguity about what is meant by "rose," "sick," "bed of joy," and "worm," that the poem is open to many interpretations: "O Rose thou art sick.



Confusion and uncertainty prohibits them from beginning a traditional process of grieving.






Description: The noun form related to this word may be either ambiguity or ambiguousness.

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It can cause people to behave uncharacteristically and they may lose control of their emotions, behavior, and thoughts.

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    ambiguous / ( æmˈbɪɡjʊəs) / adjective having more than one possible interpretation or meaning difficult to understand or classify; obscure Derived forms of ambiguous ambiguously, adverb ambiguousness, noun Word Origin for ambiguous C16: from Latin ambiguus going here and there, uncertain, from ambigere to go around, from ambi- + agere to lead, act
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    ambiguous ( æmˈbɪɡjʊəs) adj 1. having more than one possible interpretation or meaning 2. difficult to understand or classify; obscure [C16: from Latin ambiguus going here and there, uncertain, from ambigere to go around, from ambi- + agere to lead, act] amˈbiguously adv amˈbiguousness n
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    ambiguous adjective us / æmˈbɪɡ.ju.əs / uk / æmˈbɪɡ.ju.əs / C2 having or expressing more than one possible meaning, sometimes intentionally: His reply to my question was somewhat ambiguous. The wording of the agreement is ambiguous. The government has been ambiguous on this issue. Synonyms ambivalent equivocal formal More examples
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    Look to the adjective ambiguous when you need to describe something that's open to more than one interpretation, like the headline Squad helps dog bite victim.
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    Ambiguous definition, open to or having several possible meanings or interpretations; equivocal: an ambiguous answer. See more.
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