Equivocate and Vacillate


Equivocate verb - To avoid giving a definite answer or position.

Vacillate and equivocate are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Vacillate" instead a verb "Equivocate".


Vacillate verb - To show uncertainty about the right course of action.
Usage example: vacillated for so long that someone else stepped in and made the decision

Equivocate and vacillate are semantically related. You can use "Equivocate" instead a verb "Vacillate".

Nearby Words: vacillating, vacillation
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