evasiveness

[ UK /ɪvˈe‍ɪsɪvnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. intentionally vague or ambiguous
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How To Use evasiveness In A Sentence

  • Such evasiveness not only works to the advantage of religious conservatives but hampers attempts to articulate a coherent religious left agenda.
  • McCain isn't and never was George W. Bush, and Obama with all his equivocation and evasiveness is no John McCain. McCain admits mistake in using Petraeus picture for fundraising
  • Why else his evasiveness, the unlikely tale of the Abkhazi guerrillas, his setting a precise contemporary value on the ikon? SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • What he boasts of in response to Mangen is precisely the "evasiveness" I was talking about. 'The Mystery of Consciousness': An Exchange
  • Despite Elena Kagan's impressive "evasiveness," observers have noted a loose and shifting commitment to the principle of free speech. Latest Articles
  • evasiveness" of life are persons in whose own flesh the wedge-like granite of fate has lodged itself with crushing finality. The Complex Vision
  • She looked at him closely to see if his evasiveness was intentional.
  • the author's elusiveness may at times be construed as evasiveness
  • The previous papers were characterized by vagueness and evasiveness.
  • He has taken a lot of heat for this seeming evasiveness.
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