To equivocate, states the Oxford English Dictionary, is to prevaricate; to deviate from straightforwardness; to speak or act in an evasive way. Equally, in what the OED describes as the usual sense of the word, to equivocate is to behave evasively or indecisively so as to delay action; to procrastinate. It follows, therefore, that from […]
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