You're being so Ambiguous.
What's Ambiguous about that?
I feel Ambiguous when I hear you.
She's Jae Jae, the Ambiguous celebrity.
I don't know, the lighting is Ambiguous.
What I think, it's deliberately Ambiguous.
It's a bit Ambiguous, but it is an exclusive.
His answer is too Ambiguous to relieve any stress.
I'm only a little overweight and sexually Ambiguous.
It's also Ambiguous to say it's in the order of popularity.
It's in your interests to keep their authenticity Ambiguous.
I think that might have been a bit Ambiguous, that's the problem.
I'm not familiar with real estate, and what you said is Ambiguous.
These results were deemed'Ambiguous.
the cylindrical space topped by a hemispherical dome is inherently Ambiguous.
Ambiguous definition of language code.
The completion is Ambiguous, more than one match is available.
Ambiguous %1 not handled.
This Ambiguous title was forged by Félix Fénéon.
Monmouthshire's Welsh status was Ambiguous at this time.
These Ambiguous and contradictory percentages lead to no clear,
More Ambiguous terms for a privately held company are closely held corporation,
the Klan were often Ambiguous.
changed the spelling from hippy to hippie to avoid the Ambiguous description of clothing as hippy fashions.
although this is somewhat Ambiguous, as pluralism also tends to see conflict as inherent in workplaces.
as an expression which is less Ambiguous and more comfortable for the corporate world.
so this Ambiguous name does not distinguish them from other species appropriately.
and for the historical Ambiguous usage of the term.
Despite his many heroics, Sparrow is a pirate and a morally Ambiguous character.