Word of the Day (ambivalence)-16JAN21

Word of the Day (ambivalence)-16JAN21

Today’s “Word of the Day” is ambivalence and it is a noun meaning “a state of having mixed feelings about someone or something; equivocation, uncertainty, unsureness, doubt, indecision, irresolution, irresoluteness, hesitation“.

Example Sentence: The UK prime minister’s obvious ambivalence about imposing restrictions does not encourage discipline. His eagerness to lift them prematurely has contributed to the confusion, as different areas have yo-yoed (fluctuated) in and out of different tiers of control.

Word of the Day (ambivalence)-16JAN21

This word is present in The Guardian article The Guardian view on lockdown law: democracy must keep up, and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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